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Pre-bid run-ups ahead of Canadian takeovers
Michael R. King
|Statement||by Michael R. King and Maksym Padalko.|
|Series||Working paper (Bank of Canada) -- 2005-3|
|Contributions||Padalko, Maksym., Bank of Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 42 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
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Downloadable. The authors study the price--volume dynamics ahead of the first public announcement of a takeover for Canadian firms from to Pre-bid price run-ups in a target firm's shares may be caused by some combination of information leakage due to illegal insider trading or market anticipation based on rumours in the press.
The authors study the price--volume dynamics ahead of the first public announcement of a takeover for Canadian firms from to Pre-bid price run-ups in a target firm's shares may be.
Get this from a library. Pre-bid run-ups ahead of Canadian takeovers: how big is the problem?. [Michael R King; Maksym Padalko; Bank of Canada.].
We track trading activity in the days preceding acquisition announcements for target firms and find that abnormally high trading volume precedes significant price movement.
Using additional intraday data, we find increased active-selling in target stocks before acquisition announcements that offsets increased active-buying. This is unexpected because sellers often lose money when an Cited by: Michael R. King, "Prebid Run‐Ups Ahead of Canadian Takeovers: How Big Is the Problem?," Financial Management, Financial Management Association International, vol.
38(4), pages. A sample of Canadian acquisitions from through is used to examine the relationship between pre-bid price run-ups in target shares and insider trading activity.
Pre-bid run-ups ahead of Canadian takeovers: how big is the problem. / by Michael R. King and Maksym Padalko. HG K56 An analysis of financial performance and the level of external growth through merger / by Stanley Morman Laiken.
Michael R. King and Maksym Padalko, Pre-Bid Run-ups Ahead of Canadian Takeovers: How Big is the Problem?, SSRN Electronic Journal, /ssrn, (). Crossref Kee H. Chung, Bonnie F. Van Ness and Robert A. Van Ness, Specialists, Limit‐Order Traders, and the Components of the Bid‐Ask Spread, Financial Review, 39, 2, ( Cited by: King, Michael R., and Maksym Padalko.
“Pre-Bid Run-Ups Ahead of Canadian Takeovers: How Big Is the Problem?” Working Paper Ottawa: Bank of Canada. Klausner, M.D., and K. Litvak.
“What Economists Have Taught Us about Venture Capital Contracting.”. This paper aims to provide a comprehensive study on what causes the target stock price run-up before assets minus book value of common equity plus market value of shares outstanding at the end of the fiscal M.R.
Prebid Run-Ups Ahead of Canadian Takeovers: How Big Is the Problem. Financial Management, 38, (4), Lakonishok. Because of rapid advances in the medical sciences, in particular, independent verification of diagnoses and drug dosages should be made Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data A catalog record for this book is available from the Library of Congress British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is.
Introduction. Being acquired is one of the biggest events in the life of a company. Perhaps not surprisingly, takeovers are one of the most researched topics in finance. 1 One of the principal findings of this research is that target stock goes up dramatically, on average by about 30%, upon takeover announcement.
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and M. Padalko,“Pre-bid Run-ups Ahead of Canadian Takeovers: How Big is the Problem?” Working PaperBank of Canada. The CorporationArguably, the most important economic development of the twentieth century was the evolution of the lar. Problems & Solutions beta; Log in; Upload Ask No category; Revie w Revue de la.