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The downside risk channel of monetary policy

by Niklas Schmitz, Winner of the Cambridge Finance Best Student Paper Award 2022, PhD Student, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge During recessions, central banks play a key role to support the economy. They are often concerned with avoiding bad…

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Iponews studio: Zhiyun Health officially landed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange with a market value of more than HK$17.3 billion

Zhiyun Health, a startup created by Ming Kuang, alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School (MBA 2010) was officially listed on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange today, with Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase & Co. as joint…

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The Wall Street Journal: CEO stock sales raise questions about insider trading

A study by Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accountings at Cambridge Judge Business School, is mentioned in this analysis of preset trading plans by company insiders, showing that executives benefit when sales happen quickly after the plans’ adoption. The study…

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Cross-country stock market comovement: a macro perspective

by Dr Elisa Faraglia, Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance Fellow In the post WW2 period, the cross-country correlations between the stock markets in developed economies were fairly low, implying significant potential benefits from diversification. Beginning in the mid 1990s,…

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The Wall Street Journal: How to invest calmly in a chaotic world

Elroy Dimson, Finance Professor at Cambridge Judge Business School, says that in periods of geopolitical turmoil over the past half-century, global stock markets have tended to move in sync. “When things go bad, just about every market turns red at…

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The Wall Street Journal: Every CEO should follow Mark Zuckerberg’s stock-trading example

A study on CEOs stock trading co-authored by Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, featured in in the Wall Street Journal. The study found that “CEOs trading within preset trading plans earned more than those…

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Financial Times: Lax rules are allowing corporate fat cats to dump stock

Research on ‘pre-planned’ stock sales in the U.S. companies co-authored by Cambridge Judge's Professor Alan Jagolinzer and colleagues is mentioned in the FT article. The paper calls for the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to reform policies relating to ‘pre-planned’…

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Entrepreneur: Seven momentum stocks to buy ASAP

A study on stock investment by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Centre for Endowment Asset Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, cited in the article. The study found that “stocks that beat the S&P 500 in the preceding 12-months…

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Market Watch: Opinion: Why this ETF of ‘sin’ stocks is likely to reward investors with saintly results

A study on sin stocks performance co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in MarketWatch. The study looked at alcohol and tobacco stocks’ performance over the…

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American exceptionalism

The outperformance of US equity markets in the last century has continued in the 21st century, says a new study co-authored by Elroy Dimson of Cambridge Judge Business School. Professor Elroy Dimson The 20th century has widely been dubbed "The…

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