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This paper investigates the determinants of European financial analysts' forecasts differential accuracy.
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This paper investigates the relative performance of local and foreign financial analysts on Latin American emerging markets.
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During the last decade, a surprisingly high percentage of U.S. companies has fulfilled or beatenanalysts´ earnings per share forecasts. One of the most frequently cited reasons for this growingtendency is a change in the nature of U.S. executive compensation structure. As stock options...
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This study investigates the determinants of European financial analysts’ forecasts differential accuracy. We find that European financial analysts forecast accuracy is positively associated with analyst firm specific experience and the number of companies covered by the analysts. Forecast...
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During the last decade, a surprisingly high percentage of U.S. companies has fulfilled or beaten analysts’ earnings per share forecasts. One of the most frequently cited reasons for this growing tendency is a change in the nature of U.S. executive compensation structure. As stock options have...
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This paper investigates the relative performance of local and foreign financial analysts on Latin American emerging markets. There is strong evidence that foreign financial analysts outperform local analysts on these markets. Foreign analysts produce more timely and more accurate forecasts. A...
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