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quiet periodnoun [S]

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a ​period of ​time when a ​company is first ​starting to ​sellshares during which it is not ​allowed to say anything ​publicly about the ​deal: The ​companyran into controversy when a ​magazinereleased an ​interview with the co-founders during a strict "​quietperiod" ​ahead of the company's ​flotation.
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