Victoria, Roodepoort 3145
C/- University of Queensland Business School
St Lucia, 4071 Brisbane
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Options, Trading Volume, Earnings Announcement, Stock Price
Event studies, earnings announcements, Compustat
Asia-Pacific stock markets, event study methods, Monte Carlo simulations
Momentum, Turnover Ratio, Past Returns, Price Limits, Vietnam
post-earnings announcement drift, individualism, earnings momentum, uncertainty avoidance, culture
Cash holdings; National culture; Individualism; Uncertainty avoidance
Post-earnings announcement drift, Individualism, Price momentum, Earnings Momentum, Uncertainty avoidance, Culture
crash risk, options trading
post-earnings announcement drift, earnings surprise, revenue surprise, arbitrage risk
Stock returns; idiosyncratic volatility; earnings announcements
Options Trading, Stock Prices, Earnings, Informational Efficiency
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options trading, stock prices, earnings, informational efficiency
Strategic, Earnings Announcements
File name: acfi.
Takeovers, Informed trading, Market efficiency, Market regulation
Options Trading, January Effect, Informational Efficiency
January effect, informational efficiency, options trading
Takeovers, Cash Holdings, Agency Conflicts, Financial Constraints, Shareholder Power
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Abnormal return variance, Abnormal trading volume, Earnings announcements, Information content
corporate bond, dividend announcement, information content hypothesis, wealth transfer hypothesis
earnings news, tail earnings forecasts, market efficiency, post-earnings announcement drift
File name: JBFA.
executive compensation, deltas, vegas, implied cost of equity capital
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