Mr. Diamond - Douglas FrantzBloomsbury, 1987, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
Condition: Very Good - in Very Good DJ. Price Clipped.
On the day in 1986 when the US Stock Exchange 'watchdog' body, the SEC, finally discovered the identity of the man they called "Moby Dick", his coded Bahamian bank account held $10.5 million. His name was Dennis Levine. He was 33 years old. And for six years, he had masterminded the biggest insider trading ring ever assembled on Wall Street. Among its beneficiaries: arbitrager Ivan Boesky, rumoured to have owed Levine $2.4 million at the time of his arrest. In his five years of active insider trading, Levine had taken a total profit of $11.6 million on which he had earned another million in interest. 370pp. Size: 8vo Medium (8" x 5½" approx.)
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