A literature review about the relationship between stock prices and Market uncertainties due to Brexit Student’s Name Institution Date A literature review about the relationship between stock prices and Market uncertainties due to Brexit Investors are individuals who are wealth maximization oriented and are at all times longing for higher profits on their investments in companies listed on stock marketplaces. In accordance with Njanike et al. (2009) a stock exchange is fundamentally a market for bonds and stocks; with brokers getting a small commission on every transaction that they facilitate. The stock marketplace performance consistent with Ibrahim & Aziz (2003) may be impacted by ‘influence.’ In this sense ‘influence’ may be described like a power that impact events or persons depending on a prestige therefore leading to something without any open or obvious effort. Seyhun (1998) states that influence is fundamentally causative aspect that puts pressure on an individual Working Paper. Goodell J.W. Vähämaa S. (2013). US presidential elections and implied volatility: The role of political uncertainty Journal of Banking and Finance 27 1108-1117. Seasholes M. Wu G. (2007). Predictable Behavior Profits and Attention. Journal of Empirical Finance 14 590-610. Amihud Y. (2002). Illiquidity and stock returns: Cross-section and time-series effects. Journal of Financial Markets 5 31–56. Campbell J. & Shiller R. (1988). The dividend–price ratio and expectations of future dividends and discount factors Review of Financial Studies 1 195–227. Huang J. & Wang J. (2010). Market liquidity asset prices and welfare. Journal of Financial Economics 95 107–127. McKenzie M. Mitchell H. Brooks R. & Faff R. (2001). Power arch modelling of commodity futures data on the London metal exchange. The European Journal of Finance 7 22–38. Van der Sar N. L. (2015). Stock pricing and corporate events 3rd edition. Erasmus School of Economics Department of Finance Rotterdam. [...]
A literature review about the relationship between stock prices and Market uncertainties due to Brexit.