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Avon trading was halted Thursday on reports the company was in talks to sell itself. The stock spiked when it reopened, meaning quick profit for some.
U.S. stocks closed higher, off session highs as a bounce in oil and stocks failed to completely offset uncertainty ahead of the Fed meeting next week.
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Both Bloomberg and Twitter denied a report that suggested Twitter received a takeover offer was true.
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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed a lawsuit over an alleged fake offer to buy Avon Products.
Former SEC Inspector General David Kotz sthinks the SEC should do something to protect against future Avon-like hoaxes.
A look into the fake bid for Avon, with CNBC's Eamon Javers and David Kotz, former SEC Inspector General.
Inside the process of how a fake bid for Avon Products could have been filed, with CNBC's Eamon Javers.
An apparently fake bid for Avon is reportedly being reviewed by the SEC.
U.S. stocks closed one percent higher on Thursday as investors cheered further weakness in the dollar and calmer bond markets, amid mixed economic data.
Fake filing causes headaches
On Thursday a fake bid to acquire Avon sent shares surging but this type of stock manipulation is nothing new.
What we know about the Avon Products offer, with CNBC's Brian Sullivan and Bob Pisani.
Avon's stock was halted three times after reports surfaced that it might be acquired by a company called PTG Capital Partners.