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Institutional Investors, Unstable Financial Markets and Monetary Policy [chapter]

E. Philip Davis
1996 Risk Management in Volatile Financial Markets  
-3, the bond markets in 1993-4 and the Mexican crisis of 1994-95.  ...  The evolving pattern of volatility is considered to have entailed a major shift in the stability of central banks' environment and poses difficulties for monetary policy.  ...  The value of these in 1991 was $150 billion in Germany and an estimated $120 billion in Japan. Source: Davis (1995)  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4613-1271-0_8 fatcat:pmaqjj73zjbohnjymy6xpxs4w4

Profitability of Technical Analysis Rules in Emerging and Developed Markets: Review

Ahmed Soliman Wafi
2015 China-USA Business Review  
On reviewing several studies in emerging markets and as a result of financial inefficiency, the simplest technical trading rules are able to predict the future stock value.  ...  stock value using the technical analysis approach in developed financial markets.  ...  and momentum trading strategy) in the Mexican stock exchange, and by using daily closing price data in the Mexican IPC index, and the daily returns account as changes in the logarithms of IPC index, during  ... 
doi:10.17265/1537-1514/2015.10.002 fatcat:jptvkpiufvdy7ggm257ow2544y

Technical Analysis in Financial Markets

Gerwin A. W. Griffioen
2003 Social Science Research Network  
The pattern recognition algorithm is applied to hundreds of NYSE and NASDAQ quoted stocks in the period 1962 -1996.  ...  This approach leads to a fair comparison of the cost structure of strategies that generate many signals with strategies that generate only a few signals.  ...  We assume that at time t each of the TV agents hands over his demand function (6.27) for the risky asset to a market auctioneer.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.566882 fatcat:rqhdbzw6hzdlfasucsh3lxsgke

Risk analysis, reporting and control of equity trading exposure: Viable applications to the Mexican financial markets

Mazin A M Al Janabi
2007 Journal of Derivatives & Hedge Funds  
from the Mexican Stock Market (BMV).  ...  The aim of this paper is to fill a gap in the trading risk management literature and particularly from the perspective of emerging and illiquid markets, such as in the context of the Mexican financial  ...  In fact, the Mexican financial markets, in general, are in progressive stages vis-a`-vis other emerging markets of implementing advanced risk management regulations and techniques.  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.jdhf.1850059 fatcat:r3637wfey5dbxmm6v4uiqyrzee

Critical market crashes

D Sornette
2003 Physics reports  
This review is a partial synthesis of the book "Why stock market crash" (Princeton University Press, January 2003), which presents a general theory of financial crashes and of stock market instabilities  ...  The concept of an "anti-bubble" is also summarized, with two forward predictions on the Japanese stock market starting in 1999 and on the USA stock market still running.  ...  Acknowledgements This paper is extracted in part from the book which develops and documents this theme in depth (Sornette, 2003) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0370-1573(02)00634-8 fatcat:ehdr5bqp2bftdepb476pnkavje

Rent Seeking and Corruption in Financial Markets

Asim Ijaz Khwaja, Atif Mian
2011 Annual Review of Economics  
We provide suggestions for making further progress in these areas and review a variety of approaches taken in the recent literature.  ...  We describe recent advances in the study of rent seeking and corruption in financial markets.  ...  In an effort to identify price manipulation in the Karachi stock exchange (Pakistan), they obtain daily stock-level trade data by brokerage firms. They note two suspect patterns in the data.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev-economics-061109-080310 fatcat:ixzitkoa4vdy7kfua32xbmahre

Liquidity of emerging markets

D LESMOND
2005 Journal of Financial Economics  
spread is hand-collected on a quarterly basis for all but eight of the 31 emerging markets examined in this study.  ...  Emerging markets are characterized by volatile, but substantial returns that can easily exceed 75% per annum. Balancing these lofty returns are the liquidity concerns of trading in emerging markets.  ...  Domowitz, Glen, and Madhavan (1998) use a variant of Roll's (1984) model to assess liquidity effects in their study of cross listings and market segmentation for the Mexican stock market (BMV).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jfineco.2004.01.005 fatcat:xqhokhpyq5fihgqlqpeekpbxcq

How Emerging Market Firms Compete in Global Markets

Rajaram Veliyath, Lance Brouthers
2010 Journal of Emerging Knowledge on Emerging Markets  
At that time, given the small installed base, the Indian cell phone market did not represent a great opportunity. But subsequently the market has grown exponentially.  ...  With still relatively low rates of penetration, demand growth is expected to continue for the foreseeable future. This pattern has repeated itself across many market segments.  ...  Until the mid-1990s CEMEX was able to build its scale economies and consolidate its position in a highly protected Mexican market, with little local competition.  ... 
doi:10.7885/1946-651x.1017 fatcat:bv3gobdr4re5bgwghfr5at7iqu

Competition Among Securities Markets: A Path Dependent Perspective

John C. Coffee Jr.
2001 Social Science Research Network  
If one looks at the year 1995, one sees from this table that the value of Mexican, Argentine and Chilean ADRS traded in the United States was greater than the total value of all stocks traded in their  ...  By most estimates, ECNs are now involved in over 25% of the trading on Nasdaq, but a much lower percentage of the trading on the NYSE.Exactly this strategy was followed by the Consolidated Stock Exchange  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.283822 fatcat:v267c7tglzcdjkvqwj6nvo5qfu

Racing Towards the Top?: The Impact of Cross-Listings and Stock Market Competition on International Corporate Governance

John C. Coffee Jr.
2002 Social Science Research Network  
Although cross-listing has traditionally been explained as an attempt to break down market segmentation and to increase investor recognition of the cross-listing firm, the globalization of financial markets  ...  As a result, specialized markets or market segments seem likely to persist, each catering to a dfferent clientele of firms.  ...  More generally, however, there was a worldwide explosive growth in stock market capitalization during the 1990s.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.315840 fatcat:3n3fbcr5qfbwbo6m24drqgys3u

Marketing research and integrated marketing communication plan of Oreo

MD FARHAN MASUD
2020 International Journal of Research Publications  
These are also the logical benefits of allying with a widely accepted brand in terms of the sales potential and the attractiveness generated in the category by putting a product, a widely recognized label  ...  One of the aspects that characterize a successful brand is the fact that other brands want to ally with it and, through co-branding strategies, launch products that, in a certain way, allow them to leverage  ...  Professor Myles Bassell's experience in conducting research, expertise in writing research reports, insights regarding the snack food industry, and knowledge of the Oreo brand have been helpful, and sources  ... 
doi:10.47119/ijrp1006511120201575 fatcat:n2t3xpgqc5gnzhegljmbhzrlii

Nonparametric Efficiency Testing of Asian Stock Markets Using Weekly Data

Cornelis A. Los
1999 Social Science Research Network  
A tentative ranking in order of stock market e¢ciency is: Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Taiwan.  ...  Singapore's stock market pricing is closest to the speculative market behavior which can support stock options. Our tests show both Hong Kong and Taiwan to be ine¢cient markets.  ...  This would mean if a temporal window is identi…ed, a reasoned trading strategy based on pattern detection methods can be devised within the domain of this window.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.143950 fatcat:u2a5wcswknfndfiebb6m7g2zha

Neuro-wavelet Model for price prediction in high-frequency data in the Mexican Stock market

Ricardo Massa Roldán, Montserrat Reyna Miranda, Vicente Gómez Salcido
2021 Revista Mexicana de Economía y Finanzas  
We conclude that, although further research (in other stock markets, at higher frequencies, etc.) is in order, given the ever increasing technical capacity of market participants, the inclusion of the  ...  The present work proposes an algorithm for next-step log-return prediction. Data in frequencies from 1 to 15 minutes, for 25 high capitalization assets in the Mexican market were used.  ...  in stock markets in India and China.  ... 
doi:10.21919/remef.v17i1.570 fatcat:g6pp3h373fcz5axf3hkcyljfr4

Research in Marketing

William S. Penn
1957 Journal of Marketing  
Much of the medieval attitude was reproduced in colonial America. From the sixteenth century on, as society grew more complex, retailers and marketers in general re- ceived increasing recognition.  ...  However, this outflow reversed itself in 1956; our gold stock increased by $305 million last year, which brought total holdings to $22,058 million. 10. GENERAL MARKETING STUDIES 10.1 What a Country.  ... 
doi:10.1177/002224295702200110 fatcat:glwn6qtcxbbq5eu6zqm73ucauy

Marketing Articles in Review

William S. Penn, Stanley C. Hollander, Frank Meissner
1960 Journal of Marketing  
of the Mexican market.  ...  What It Takes to Stock A New Drive-In Mar- ket.  ... 
doi:10.1177/002224296002500117 fatcat:7gudefthpndznhdcpnxq6r5xiu
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