7109. Manipulative and deceptive practices in the debt markets

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    1. In its trading activities in the debt securities markets, a Dealer Member must not, directly or indirectly, engage or participate in any act, method or practice it knows or ought reasonably to know is manipulative or deceptive. 

    2. Without limiting the conduct prohibited by Rule 7100, the following are manipulative or deceptive practices: 

      1. carrying out trades intended to artificially increase trading volumes,

      2. carrying out trades intended to artificially change trading prices,

      3. participating in or tacitly consenting to spreading rumours or information about issuers that are known, or ought reasonably to be known, to be false or misleading,

      4. disseminating any information that falsely states or implies governmental approval of any institution or trading, or

      5. conspiring or colluding with another market participant to manipulate or unfairly deal in the debt securities markets.

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