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An analysis of data prepared for the Wall Street Journal by Dr. Kurov last year noted suspicious trading in financial markets in the United Kingdom, where confidential economic data was provided to dozens of government officials in advance of the public release of the data.
As a result of his findings and subsequent public discussion, Britain established a new policy so government officials would no longer have early access to economic data.More About Dr. Kurov's Research