1st Edition

European Equity Markets and Corporate Financial Decisions

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ISBN 9781560246626
Published September 29, 1994 by Routledge
249 Pages

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Book Description

This volume of research provides a deeper understanding of equity markets in Europe. European Equity Markets and Corporate Financial Decisions explores the current nature of corporate decisions faced by European financial managers, the highly interdependent financial and economic environment in which they function, and how that environment seeks complete integration with other financial and economic environments.

The contributing authors provide a timely core of theoretical and empirical investigations on a set of European equity markets and corporate financial management decisions such as the behavior of European stock markets, microstructure characteristics of European equity markets, investment banking decisions and market valuation effects, earnings, and divided policy decisions and European acquisition effects. This research is expected to provide new insights into the functioning of European equity markets and European corporate management decisions.

Topics of specific interest include:

  • stock return variation and expected dividends
  • foreign acquisitions of European firms
  • effects of European partial acquisitions of U.S. firms
  • investment banking issues

    The research of European Equity Markets and Corporate Financial Decisions is ideal for MBA and PhD students as well as for technically oriented finance professionals, and those in the academic arena seeking a greater understanding of this business environment.

Table of Contents

Contents European Equity Markets and Corporate Financial Decisions: Introduction

  •  Chaotic Behavior in Prices of European Equity Markets: A Comparative Analysis of Major Economic Regions
  • Order Persistence Among Market Risks of Common Stocks Over Time: Empirical Evidence From Two European Stock Markets
  • Trading Behavior and Firm-Specific Characteristics During the Crash of 1987: Evidence From The Netherlands
  • An Empirical Analysis of the Trading Structure at the Stockholm Stock Exchange
  •  Rights Issues for Companies With Dual-Class Shares
  • The Use of Callable Bonds in the Management of Public Debt in Europe
  • The Information Content of Accounting Earnings in Greece: An Empirical Investigation
  • Stock Return Variation and Expected Dividends: Evidence From the European Markets
  • Japanese Acquisitions and Ownership Strategies in European Community: An Empirical Investigation
  • Effects of European Partial Control of U.S. Firms: Evidence From Partial Acquisitions
  • Strategic Blocking: Arbitrageurs and the Division of the Takeover Gain: Empirical Evidence From Sweden
  • Reference Notes Included

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