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What are bubbles?

Dr Qiusha Peng of the Cambridge Centre for Finance (CCFin) explains what bubbles mean to those in the financial world. Accompanying the high-flying US stocks this year, the topic "bubbles" recently is a star guest in the media. Talking with…

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Does anchoring impede investors’ interpretation of earnings news?

by Dr Yuan Li, Research Associate, Cambridge Centre for Finance and Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance In his best-selling book, Thinking, Fast and Slow, Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics laureate Daniel Kahneman describes anchoring as "one of the most…

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Our social interactions are informative of our investment decisions

When we are investing, we don't mindlessly copy our peers, according to new research carried out by Cambridge Centre for Finance (CCFin) Fellow Chryssi Giannitsarou and her research collaborators. Instead, we are more likely to participate in the stock market…

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Does the stock market benefit the economy?

A research project carried out by a Research Associate at the Cambridge Centre for Finance (CCFin), Jisok Kang, and his co-author, Kee-Hong Bae, suggests evidence that a functionally efficient stock market do promote economic growth. Finance researchers have extensively investigated…

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