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How do climate risks affect trading behaviour?

How do climate risks affect trading behaviour?

by Andreas Charisiadis, Research Assistant, Cambridge Centre for Finance and Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance Mitigating climate change has become one of the defining challenges of our time. Indeed, there is global concern about the potentially disastrous long-term consequences…

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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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Voting and trading: the shareholder’s dilemma

by Professor Adam Meirowitz, University of Utah, and Dr Shaoting Pi, Research Associate, Cambridge Centre for Finance and Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance Dr Shaoting Pi In the study of enterprise ownership comparisons between ownership by investors of capital,…

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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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Voluminous breakthrough

Foreign exchange volume helps predict the following day's returns, finds study co-authored by Professor Lucio Sarno of Cambridge Judge Business School. Lucio Sarno The daily volume of foreign exchange (FX) trading helps predict returns on currency trading the next day,…

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Stock sales

Three US senators cite research by Professor Alan Jagolinzer of Cambridge Judge Business School in urging SEC reform of insider trading laws.  Professor Alan Jagolinzer Three US senators cited research co-authored by Professor Alan Jagolinzer of Cambridge Judge Business School in urging the Securities…

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BBC: World Business Report

Dr Pedro Saffi, Reader in Financial Economics and Director of the Master of Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, recently appeared on BBC commenting on US congressional hearings on GameStock share trading. Dr Saffi went on to say that lots…

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The Sunday Times: Square Mile wobbles as European share trading goes Dutch

Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Centre for Endowment Asset Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the history of share trading in Amsterdam, London and New York in The Sunday Times article. (subs) Read the full article [thetimes.co.uk]…

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Stanford Business: Stimulus money might stimulate insider trading

A study co-authored by Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, found that “politically connected shareholders cashed in with suspiciously well-timed trades during the 2008 federal bailout.” The study examined trades made by officers and directors…

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Market integrity

Study on insider trading is relevant to coronavirus bailouts. The last big economic bailout in the United States was the $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Plan (TARP) enacted during the financial crisis in 2008. That package is now dwarfed by…

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