How do Markets Value Stock Liquidity? Comparative Evidence from the UK, the US, Germany and China

Guy Liu, Andros Gregoriou, Yibo Bo

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Abstract

We examine the relationship between stock liquidity and returns before, during and after the 2007–2009 financial crisis. We obtain evidence of a positive association for Germany and the UK, whereas China exhibits the opposite result and the US provides inconclusive evidence.
Original languageEnglish
Article number108500
JournalEconomics Letters
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 24 Jul 2019

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Germany
China
Value stocks
Liquidity
Market value
Financial crisis

Keywords

  • Amihud ratio
  • China stock market
  • German stock market
  • Liquidity
  • Stock returns
  • UK stock market US stock market

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How do Markets Value Stock Liquidity? Comparative Evidence from the UK, the US, Germany and China. / Liu, Guy; Gregoriou, Andros; Bo, Yibo.

In: Economics Letters, 24.07.2019.

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