REGULATION FAIR DISCLOSURE
Regulation Fair Disclosure. An October 2000 SEC rule requiring companies to disclose material information to all investors at the same time. ? The regulation is intended to prevent some investors from receiving advance information about earnings, mergers and acquisitions, product discoveries, changes in auditors, and any other information that a reasonable investor would consider in making an investment decision. ¡ª Often shortened to Regulation FD; Reg. FD.
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