Latest funds management research produces very surprising findings
There is plenty of room for fund managers to improve their performance as
evidence suggests they buy winners but sell even bigger winners.
How have stamp duty changes affected the mainland Chinese stock markets?
Chinese policymakers perhaps view stamp duty increases on their share markets as a way of reducing short term speculation and resulting stock price volatility when they believe the market to be overheated; new research examines the implications of this and sees if this policy has been successful.
Can accounting-based fundamental models pick stock winners on the Australian market?
Do fundamental accounting-based scoring models like the FSCORE and
GSCORE predict winners and losers for non-U.S. stocks? A new study tests these models on Australian stocks and finds they perform well.
Australia needs a standard method of calculating shareholder loss in continuous disclosure cases
The number of continuous disclosure class actions in Australia is rising but
Australia does not have a standard method for calculating shareholder loss. Empirical research assesses the different methods of calculating loss and identifies a clear winner.
Has the Australian Treasury got its projections right for Age Pension expenditure?
Research suggests that unless there are big changes to superannuation rules
or changes in human behaviour, forecasts of the money required to finance the
Age Pension may have been considerably underestimated.
What happens to HFT in the UK market when US trading opens for the day?
Study highlights how price discovery in the world’s biggest market (the US
market), affects HFT and UK liquidity.