Bisnar, Jeana
December 2010
New York University Annual Survey of American Law;2010, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p299
Academic Journal
The article discusses the 20-day short selling ban of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) which started September 18, 2008. It indicates that the short-sale ban intends to save failing banks and affects the stocks of almost 1,000 banking institutions in the country. Moreover, the article analyzes how public company chief executive officers (CEOs) have successfully implemented strategies against short selling.


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