The Securities and Exchange Commission closed its investigationof whether the company's executives violated Reg FD in discussionswith analysts, Reuters reports. Avon said in an SEC filing that the agency told it that “the staff does notintend to recommend any enforcement action.”

Avon Products has been conducting an internal investigationsince 2009 into whether any of its overseas units violated theForeign Corrupt Practices Act. The SEC's Reg FD investigationrelated to whether former Avon Vice Chairman Chuck Cramb hadimproperly disclosed information about the bribery probe to ananalyst. Cramb left Avon earlier this year.

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