Intervalling Effects in Hong Kong Stocks
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Citation of Original PublicationLarson, J. C., & Morse, J. N. (March 07, 1988). INTERVALLING EFFECTS IN HONG KONG STOCKS. Journal of Financial Research, 10, 4, 353-362.
This paper investigates the intervalling-thinness effect in the Hong Kong stock market and compares the results with previous studies of United States and French data. The approach follows the three pass technique of Cohen, Hawawini, Maier, Schwartz, and Whitcomb. Various functional forms of an intervalling bias decay function are analyzed, both in the aggregate and for individual stocks. Careful modeling of the flattening of the beta profile at a finite interval value leads to robust estimated asymptotic betas.