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The implication of a merger announcement on share price : an event case study of Trust Bank New Zealand Limited
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division, 1996-09)
The purpose of this paper is to examine the behaviour of the share prices on the acquired bank, Trust Bank New Zealand Limited, involved in a merger proposal. Asquith, Burner and Mullins (1983) have identified a number of ...
Duration dependence test of rational speculative bubbles: a case study of the Hong Kong stock market
(Business Perspectives, 2012)
This study tests the presence of rational speculative bubbles in the Hong Kong stock market over a sample period from 1993-2008 using the duration dependence test. The duration dependence test shows no evidence of duration ...
Impact of hedging pressure on implied volatility in Financial Times and London Stock Exchange (FTSE) market
(Institute for Business and Finance Research, LLC, 2009)
This paper examines the impact of net buying pressure and the event of 9/11 on the implied volatility of the U.K. FTSE 100 (Financial Times and the London Stock Exchange) index options. Our findings indicate that when ...
Good coups, bad coups: Evidence from Thailand's financial markets
(LLC "CPC "Business Perspectives", 2018-05-04)
This study investigates the short-run and long-run impact on Thailand's financial markets. Using daily data from the stock and foreign exchange markets during the period 2005 - 2017, the study shows (1) both coups in 2006 ...
An empirical analysis of the Chinese Stock Market: overvalued/undervalued
This study examines whether the Chinese stock markets been overvalued using the dividend discount model. We investigate how much have the economic and price-based factors, such as term structure, inflation and price momentum ...