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International Journal Of Finance And Policy Analysis: Volume 3
international journal of finance and policy analysis: volume 3
. 5HF,UK Email: moorad.choudhry@rbs.com Abstract: Financial market liquidity is an important yardstick of value for investors and central monetary authorities. Secondary market liquidity itself cannot be observed directly and is instead measured using. reforms in the gilt market, designed to improve secondary market liquidity. We measure the success of the reforms by attempting to. which of the explanatory variables carries the greatest weight in influencing liquidity levels.

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International Journal Sport Finance, 2008,
international journal sport finance, 2008,
We develop an oligopolistic model starting from the well-known Cournot framework to analyze why the UCI Pro Tour fails to reach its primary aim, namely to increase overall competition among professional cycling teams. In particular we show that the pattern of non-competitive behavior displayed by race teams is the result of a poorly designed Pro Tour licensing assignment procedure. Empirical findings confirm that teams put forth low effort in a high percentage of tour events, reserving their greatest .

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International Journal Managerial Finance
international journal managerial finance
Design/methodology/approach – The analysis utilizes a dynamic conditional correlation GARCH model to explore the return and volatility relationships. Findings – The return and volatility spill-overs between the two developed markets, LME and NYMEX, are bi-directional and significantly stronger when the NYMEX operates an electronic trading system. In addition, significant bi-directional return spill-over between the LME (developed market) and the SHFE (emerging market) and significant uni-directional .

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The International Journal Of Finance • Vol. 21. No.4, 2009 Share
the international journal of finance • vol. 21. no.4, 2009 share
. risk-adjusted returns expressed via the Sharpe, Sortino and Treynor ratios, passive funds beat the active ones while both the passive.

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The International Journal Of Finance • Vol. 20, No. 4, 2008 Nafta
the international journal of finance • vol. 20, no. 4, 2008 nafta
. anomalies, still exists in the New Zealand market. Contrary to international evidence, the effect appears to have increased over time. Moreover.

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