PARIS, Oct 27 (Reuters) - France's AMF stock market regulator has decided to widen its probe into alleged insider dealing at European defence and aerospace group EADS , Le Monde newspaper reported on Saturday. Le Monde said the AMF had extended its probe to examine whether EADS had deliberately put out "misleading information" to the stock market. Le Monde cited a source familiar with the matter for its report. A spokeswoman for the AMF declined to comment on the report, while a ...
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