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ABSTRACT The authors study the dividend policy of 48 firms listed on the Tunisian Stock Exchange during the period 1996–2002. The study tests whether or not managers of Tunisian listed firms smooth their dividends. Moreover, the study outlines the main determinants that may drive the dividend...
ABSTRACT We present institutional features of the Nordic initial public offering (IPO) markets and relate initial return, long‐run performance and size of companies listed during 1991–2002 to industry clustering and level of listing requirements. High industry clustering is related to higher...
ABSTRACT We examine detailed daily Australian Stock Exchange share registry data for investors in IPO and index stocks between 1995 and 2000 and find that the ‘disposition effect,’ investors' reluctance to crystallize losses and relative eagerness to realize gains, is pervasive across investor...
ABSTRACT We study the market reaction of Australian firms issuing management earnings forecasts (MEF). Specifically, we measure and distinguish between the immediate and post‐earnings announcement impact of MEF. Our analysis is conditioned on growth/value characteristics and news surprise and we...
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