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Matilde O. Fernández;
  • Subject: Adquisición parcial, estudio del suceso, regresión aparentemente no relacionada, simulaciones bootstrap y correlación entre beneficios. Partial acquisition, event study, seemingly unrelated regression, bootstrap simulations, correlation between gains.

This paper analyses the motivations for inter-company investment on the Spanish stock market through the study of a sample of significant acquisitions reported to the CNMV by firms quoted on the continuous market. By analysing the sign of the cumulative abnormal returns... View more
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