Not long after that call, galleon bought more than 80,000 shares of Goldman Sachs.
Yet, as the Gupta defense contended, Gupta ended up losing $10 million with galleon.
“Less than a minute after the call began,” says the SEC, galleon bought 40,000 more Goldman shares.
With galleon buying millions of shares, the price of Hilton stock moved up that day much more than it would have otherwise.
Specifically, on Aug. 15, 2008, Kumar is alleged to have told the galleon boss on his cellphone: “I think you can now just buy.”
The Saint George now sailed for the northward, and, to the great joy of the crew, espied the Manilla galleon.
The guns will burst, and we can then do what we please with the galleon and the town.
She is all burnt to a black coal, a great Spanish galleon, with all her guns in her.
Here a galleon, a prize to the “Monmouth,” struck upon a sunken rock.
One of the three was lost; the remaining two captured the said galleon “Santa Ana,” and came to these islands.
large ship, 1520s, from Old French galion "little ship" (13c.), from Spanish galeón "galleon, armed merchant ship," from Byzantine Greek galea "galley" (see galley) + augmentative suffix -on. In English use, especially of Spanish ships involved in the American trade.