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Purpose – A friendly merger can be structured as a one‐step transaction or a two‐step transaction. For a variety of reasons, such as the fast speed with which two‐step mergers are completed, there are concerns about whether target shareholders are disadvantaged by this structure in comparison...
Purpose – A large body of empirical literature has identified the key drivers of corporate cash holdings. The extant literature posits that the existence of real options significantly influences a firm's demand for liquidity. The literature, however, has relied on indirect proxies to assess this...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the extent of systemic risk and competition in over‐the‐counter (OTC) derivatives dealing. Using derivatives‐related failures during the 1990s, the authors draw conclusions that are pertinent to the recent financial market turmoil involving OTC...
Purpose – Recent research on local bias provides evidence that investors' portfolios include a non‐negligible allocation to stocks in firms that are geographically proximate to the investors. The reasons postulated for local bias include familiarity with firms, “word‐of‐mouth” communication...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the effect of investor sentiment (ISENT) on the market reaction to dividend change announcements. Design/methodology/approach – The author used the European Economic Sentiment Indicator data, from Directorate General for Economic and Financial...
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