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Using changes in the MSCI Standard Country Indices for 29 countries between 1998 and 2001, we document that stock returns and volumes exhibit quot;index effectsquot; in international markets similar to those detected by the studies of US stocks. The stocks added to the indices experience a sharp...
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Using changes in the MSCI Standard Country Indices for 29 countries between 1998 and 2001, we document that stock returns and volumes exhibit quot;index effectsquot; in international markets similar to those detected by the studies of US stocks. The inclusion of a stock generally leads to higher...
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Using changes in the MSCI Standard Country Indices for 29 countries between 1998 and 2001, we document that stock returns and volumes exhibit quot;index effectsquot; in international markets similar to those detected by the studies of US stocks. The inclusion of a stock generally leads to higher...
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We test whether a bias exists in analyst recommendations for firms that file for bankruptcy during 1995-2001. We fail to find over-optimism in analyst recommendations, including those of affiliated analysts. Our multivariate analysis of the market reaction to changes in analyst recommendations...
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We test whether a bias exists in analyst recommendations for firms that file for bankruptcy during 1995–2001. We fail to find overoptimism in analyst recommendations, including those of affiliated analysts. Our multivariate analysis of the market reaction to changes in analyst recommendations...
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