- Market Breadth and the Monday Seasonal in Stock Returns. Sullivan, Joe H.; Liano, Kartono // Quarterly Journal of Business & Economics;Summer/Autumn2003, Vol. 42 Issue 3/4, p65
This study shows that when the Monday seasonal in stock returns was the strongest, the effect was broadly based, attributable to a large number of declines, as opposed to sharp declines in only a few stocks. The breadth of decline casts doubt on potential explanations relating to an excess of...
- Sell in May and go away? Greenberg, Dean // Inside Tucson Business;6/6/2005, Vol. 14 Issue 52, p8
Explores why it is difficult to adhere to the 'sell in May and go away' practice in stock exchanges in the United States. Presence of several markets with some stocks being traded on more than one exchange; Increase in short-term interest rates; Negative attitude of investors.
- Market Statistics. // Bond Buyer;6/20/2012, Vol. 380 Issue 33734, p17
Several charts are presented related to stock market statistics are presented including a chart on market indicators, another on short-term tax-exempt yields and a chart on U.S. securities prices.
- Demand for U.S. securities. Investor's Business Daily // Investors Business Daily;5/16/2014, pA02
Demand for U.S. securities from foreigners softened in March, which saw a nominal $4 bil gain. Foreigners, led by Russians, sold equities and government bonds but bought corporate bonds.
- Neatly packaged. De Kierk, Vic // Finance Week;5/18/2005, p28
The article reports on the performance of Astrapak stock in the securities markets. The company has returned 28,3% profit growth to 119c/linked stock unit for the year to March. Royal Bafokeng is buying a 20% stake in the company at 830c/unit. Since its listing in 1997, Astrapak now owns 25...
- How to understand security analysts--their needs, their motives. Clemente, Holly A. // Financial Executive;Nov/Dec88, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p41
The article focuses on methods of determining who owns company stock and the financial reasons behind that ownership. It states that the United States had almost $3.5 trillion in outstanding corporate securities in 1987, with a little over half traded in various stock exchanges. It comments on...
- new issue. // International Dictionary of Finance, 4th Edition;2003, p188
Information on the term new issue is presented. It refers to the sale of securities to raise new or additional capital, either by way of placing, an offer for subscription or a rights issue. The term may also refer to the flotation of the existing securities of a company on a stock exchange or...
- Small Trades and the Cross-Section of Stock Returns. Hvidkjaer, Soeren // Review of Financial Studies;May2008, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p1123
This paper uses volume arising from small trades to analyze the relationship between retail investor trading behavior and the cross-section of future stock returns. The central finding is that stocks with intense sell-initiated small-trade volume, measured over the past several months,...
- Australia Still Waiting on Trading Venue Competition. PAHILAJANI, MAYUR // Securities Industry News;11/3/2008, Vol. 20 Issue 38, p10
The article discusses the possible reasons for the Australian Securities and Investment Commissions' delay in allowing the entry of alternative trading systems in Australia's financial market, which was set to be approved during the early part of 2008. While some market insiders attribute the...