EADS said yesterday it "is most surprised" by reports that French stock market regulator AMF has given prosecutors a "preliminary note" alleging insider trading in 2006 by numerous EADS and Airbus executives related to A380 program delays. AMF yesterday confirmed it forwarded findings to prosecutors, which it is required to do once it discovers evidence of possible wrongdoing. It has been investigating whether EADS and Airbus executives inappropriately sold off EADS shares prior to Airbus's ...

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