Browsing by Author "Abidin, Sazali Zainal"

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  • Determinants of ownership structure and performance of seasoned equity offerings: Evidence from Chinese stock markets

    Abidin, Sazali Zainal; Reddy, Krishna; Chen, Liehui (Emerald, 2012)
    Purpose: Since the initiation of the share split reform by the Chinese Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) in 2005, the private placement has become the major source of raising equity after IPO. The purpose of this ...
  • Do Golden Parachutes increase CEO’s DESIRE to be taken over? empirical evidence from australia and united states

    Reddy, Krishna; Abidin, Sazali Zainal; Woon, Caillor (Macrothink Institute, 2012)
    This study investigates whether the large payouts that are available to Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) from a change in corporate control (takeover) do motivate some CEOs to seek acquisition of their firms by making them ...
  • Does bursa Malaysia overreact?

    Ali, Norli; Nassir, Annuar Md; Hassan, Taufiq; Abidin, Sazali Zainal (2009)
    Findings for the whole period from January 1987 to December 2006 reveal that loser has insignificantly becomes loser and winner has significantly reversed in the subsequent period. Arbitrage portfolio does not provide any ...
  • Does Syariah-Compliant stocks overreact?

    Ali, Norli; Nassir, Annuar Md; Abidin, Sazali Zainal; Talib, Norli Abd (EuroJournals Publishing Inc., 2011)
    This is a preliminary study on stock overreaction behavior of syariah compliant stock in Bursa Malaysia over the period between January 1988 and December 2009. Results show that syariah compliant stock in Bursa Malaysia, ...
  • Effects of New Zealand general elections on stock market returns

    Abidin, Sazali Zainal; Old, Clare; Martin, Thomas (World Business Institute, 2010)
    This paper examines stock returns under both National and Labour governments in New Zealand, offering further insight into the existence of the political cycle effect. Findings indicate the existence of a political cycle ...

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