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The Impact of Institutions on Stock Market Reactions to Divestment Announcements 

By | December 8, 2022

Divestments have become a common phenomenon in the past decade due to changing geopolitical activities and events such as Brexit, the U.S.-China trade war, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Before these events, the global economy witnessed massive corporate restructuring activities, be it due to the financial crisis of 2007-08, the various wars in Asia,… Read More »

How Does Deleveraging Affect Funding Market Liquidity?

By | August 31, 2022

Financial institutions are highly leveraged due to the extremely low interest rates of the past decade. However, interest rates are now rising worldwide due to inflationary pressures, which can lead to plunging stock markets and significant deleveraging of financial institutions. Policymakers, academics, and practitioners are concerned about the impact of deleveraging. In our recent paper,… Read More »