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Ex-day behavior of Japanese stock prices
|Statement||Fumio Hayashi, Ravi Jagannathan.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- working paper no. 3421, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 3421.|
|Contributions||Jagannathan, Ravi., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
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James A. Campbell and William Beranek, "Stock Price Behavior on Ex-Dividend Dates," Journal of Finance, December , pp. This is the seminal work on ex-dividend stock price behavior. It showed that there was a virtually immediate drop in the price of a share of stock . This paper examines mean spillover effects categorized by day-of-the-week between United States and Japanese stock prices over the January to August period. The stale quote problem associated with reported index opening prices is addressed.
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We study the ex-dividend day behavior of Japanese stock prices on the ex-day in March, when most stocks simultaneously go ex-divided, for the period – We find a positive abnormal return for stocks that go ex-dividend.
However, prices drop by Cited by: Get this from a library. Ex-day behavior of Japanese stock prices: new insights from new methodology. [Fumio Hayashi; Ravi Jagannathan; National Bureau of Economic Research.]. Abstract. We study the ex-dividend day behavior of Japanese stock prices for the period – We find that, contrary to previous findings, prices of ex-day stocks drop by nearly the full amount of the dividend.
However, ex-day stocks shows an abnormal return. Downloadable. We study the ex-dividend day behavior of Japanese stock prices for the period We find that, contrary to previous findings, prices of ex-day stocks drop by nearly the full amount of the dividend.
However, ex-day stocks shows an abnormal return. Also, for the many ex-dividend day stocks that also go ex-rights on the same ex-day, we find that the return is on average higher.
Get this from a library. Ex-Day Behavior of Japanese Stock Prices: New Insights from New Methodology. [Fumio Hayashi; Ravi Jagannathan; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: We study the ex-dividend day behavior of Japanese stock prices for the.
Abstract: period We find that, contrary to previous findings, prices of ct: stocks drop by. Nevertheless, the magnitude of the abnormal returns suggests that taxes provide only a partial and secondary explanation for the behavior of stock prices on the ex-dividend day.
Next we present evidence that prices around the ex-day are affected by the proximity of ex-days to the turn of the fiscal year for Japanese corporations. Ex-Day Behavior of Japanese Stock Prices: New Insights from New Methodology Fumio Hayashi, Ravi Jagannathan. NBER Working Paper No.
Issued in August NBER Program(s):Public Economics We study the ex-dividend day behavior of Japanese stock prices for the period Title: Ex-Day Behavior of Japanese Stock Prices: New Insights From New Methodology Author: Fumio Hayashi and Ravi Jagannathan Created Date: 2/23/ PM.
Hayashi, Fumio & Jagannathan, Ravi, "Ex-day behavior of japanese stock prices: New insights from new methodology," Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, Elsevier, vol. 4(4), pagesDecember.
We study the ex-dividend day behavior of Japanese stock prices for the period We find that, contrary to previous findings, prices of ex-day stocks drop by nearly the full amount of the.
For our first test we examine the frequency distribution of the ex-day price drop. Bali and Hite () predict that many more price drops should be equal to D than equal to r, according to Dubofsky (), many of the ex-day price drops should be D.
Table 1 presents the frequency distributions for the $1/8 tick size data. (We do not present results for the other tick size regimes. With Fumio Hayashi, "Ex-day behavior of Japanese stock prices: New insights from new methodology", Journal of Japanese and International Economies, 4, With V.
Chari and Larry E. Jones, "Price Stability and Futures Trading in Commodities," Quarterly Journal of Economics, May Ex-day behavior of japanese stock prices: New insights from new methodology Hayashi, F.
& Jagannathan, R., Jan 1In: Journal of The Japanese and International Economies. 4, 4, p. 27 p. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article. Intertemporal Behavior of High-Yield Ex-Day Stock Returns. Section I shows that ex-day stock returns may vary through time as the tax code, trading costs, and dividend yields vary.
In this spirit, Eades et al. () examine the time variation of abnormal ex-day returns for high-yield stocks during the period July October At current prices, Main Street yields an attractive %.
The special dividends over the past 12 months have added an extra % for a total yield of about 7%. That's far from shabby. Ex-day behavior of japanese stock prices: New insights from new methodology In: Journal of the Japanese and International Economies.
[Citation analysis] article: 7: Ex-day behavior of Japanese stock prices: new insights from new methodology.() In: Discussion Paper / Institute for Empirical Macroeconomics.
Do differential taxes really drive prices and affect investors’ behavior. The evidence to date is less than conclusive. The hypothesis is that, because individuals are more heavily taxed on dividends than on capital gains, other things being equal, a larger dividend yield is associated with a larger pretax return [Brennan ()].Elton and Gruber () and Litzenberger and Ramaswamy.
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Choice behavior of information services when prices are increased and decreased from reference level 23 March | Annals of Operations Research, Vol. No. 1 Cross‐country variations in volume‐price variability relationship in Asia. rates is reflected in the ex-day prices and the and investors' behavior by looking at the Italian stock market, which Loewenstein () for a recent investigation of ex-day prices in the Japanese market.
2 The difference between savings and common stocks is explained in detail below. Suppose a $ dividend is paid and, during the era when stock prices were divisible by one-eighth, the stock price drops by the largest increment less than the dividend: $ This implies an ex-day premium ofwhich occurs in the absence of personal tax effects.
Moreover, this effect is strongest for low dividend stocks.The observed changes in share prices at the ex-dividend day have led researchers to look for a single marginal investor, either a long or a short term trader with different tax status, dominating all trades to explain the ex-day pricing in different markets.
This paper provides a model which extends this research in three directions.