FRANKFURT, July 31 (Reuters) - Car-parts maker Continental , which has complained to German regulator BaFin about a hostile bid by bearings-maker Schaeffler, could become the target of an investigation by the stock market watchdog. A BaFin spokeswoman said on Thursday the authority was looking into whether Continental had leaked insider information to analysts ahead of Thursday's quarterly results. [ID:nL1395056] If it turns out it was not only the in-line figures that were released, the ...
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