Capital market seasonality the case of stock returns pdf
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Capital market seasonality: The case of Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) returns. Article (PDF Available) ... We examine seasonality in stock returns for non-U.S. companies listed in the U.S. (foreign ...
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seasonality in stock returns cannot be explained by tax-loss-selling hypothesis. Gultekin and Gultekin (1983) examined the presence of stock market seasonality in sixteen industrial countries. Their evidence shows strong seasonalities in the stock market due to January returns, which is exceptionally large in fifteen of sixteen countries. In this paper we present evidence on the existence of seasonality in monthly rates of return on the New York Stock Exchange from 1904–1974. With the exception of the 1929–1940 period, there are statistically significant differences in mean returns among months due primarily to large January returns. SECURITIES LAWS AND CAPITAL MARKETS PART I – SECURITIES LAWS Lesson 1 – Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1956 Stock Market plays a significant role in the development of Economy. Stock Market facilitates mobilization of funds from small investors and channelizes these resources into various development needs of various sectors
In this paper we present evidence on the existence of seasonality in monthly rates of return on the New York Stock Exchange from 1904–1974. With the exception of the 1929–1940 period, there are statistically significant differences in mean returns among months due primarily to large January returns. We document the existence of a strong seasonal effect in stock returns based on the popular market saying ‘Sell in May and go away’, also known as the ‘Halloween indicator’. According to these words of market wisdom, stock market returns should be higher in the November-April period than those in the May-October period.
No matter what the basis for return seasonality or the extent of market efficiency, if seasonality in asset returns exists, then these returns do not follow a strict stationary process within the year. Statistical models analyzing asset returns may use this information to improve model specification. A Measure of Stock Market Integration for Developed and Emerging Markets Robert A. Korajczyk A wide array of official capital controls across countries makes it difficult to per-form cross-sectional analysis of the effects of market segmentation. This article con-structs a measure of deviations from capital market integration that can be consis-