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Orderly share trading adds to confidence

Boards today have no choice but to exercise vigilance in monitoring price volatility, says MARCUS CHOW

SHOULD the boards of listed firms be at all concerned about volatility in the price of their companies' shares? In theory, a listed company has no proprietary interest in the profits or losses arising from trades of its shares, so it can be argued that such volatility need not be an issue. In

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