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Europe/Japan Mercury Mission Goes Ahead
HOLIDAY RULING: The sanctions committee of the French stock market regulator, the AMF, is expected to issue its ruling on alleged insider trading charges against before the end of the year. Last week saw formal hearings into the accusations that EADS executives at the time sold shares knowing of A380 problems that later depressed the company’s share price once they came to light. The AMF’s case investigator exonerated EADS shareholders Lagardere and Daimler, as well as ten executives, including Airbus CEO Tom Enders.