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A number of Australian mutual organisations have recently been demutualised and restructured as public companies. In the case of AMP Society, a cottar comprising average price, or Asian, options formed part of the financial structuring of the demutualisation process. We value the collar and...
The common belief based on accumulated evidence from the US and Japan is that most price-relevant information originates while financial markets are in operation. In this paper, we present evidence from the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) that contradicts this view. We find that a larger...
The impact of relational variables on export performance is tested across two countries—the UK and Australia. The key drivers are shown to he two kinds of commitment: to the market (country), and to the relationship with the distributor, both of which begin with experiential data gathering, or...
Using Australian data this paper investigates the information content of losses. We are motivated by the possibility that losses and profits have different associations with share returns because losses are not expected to be permanent. Consistent with the evidence in Hayn (1995), our findings...
US studies have consistently reported that the relationship between beta and return is less steeply sloped than that implied by the simple CAPM. The introduction of a dividend imputation tax system in Australia and other tax law differences suggest the relationship between beta and return may be...
The paper reports the residis of an investigation of the extent to which a sample of listed Australian, British and Japanese companies maintain spare borrowing capacity. Unused debt capacity is not directly observable and can be in various forms, including committed and uncommitted lines of...
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