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We examine the impact of ownership concentration on firm performance using panel data for firms listed on the Budapest Stock Exchange, where ownership tends to be highly concentrated and frequently involves multiple blocks. Fixed-effects estimates imply that the size of the largest block increases profitability and efficiency strongly and monotonically, but the effects of total blockholdings are much smaller and statistically insignificant. Controlling for the size of the largest block, point estimates of the marginal effects of additional blocks are negative. The results suggest that the marginal costs of concentration may ...
BSE is the key institution of the Hungarian Financial market and the official trading venue for publicly offered securities. The exchange has pre-market sessions from 08:30am to 09:00am and normal trading sessions from 09:00am to 04:30pm on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance. Main indices of the Exchange: BUX , BUMIX , CETOP 20 .
Hungarian Spectrum: A new Bokros "package": Not likely
Lajos Bokros is one of the leading economists in Hungary. He was minister of finance from March 1, 1995, to February 29, 1996, when he resigned. Apparently he had threatened to resign before; every time his advice was not taken his inclination was to step down. Just to give an idea of his mercurial temperament: in 1990 it took him only two months as a member of parliament to be fed up with politics. He resigned. A brief summary of his career: He was born in Budapest in 1954. He studied at the Karl Marx University of Economics, graduating in 1978. Two years later, in 1980, he received ... market research, surveys and trends
Fidessa Fragmentation Index » Blog Archive » The Luck of the Irish ...
) on the FFI website. A quick look revealed that many Irish stocks are in fact traded on the LSE and so Dublin’s market share of its main index is less than 30 percent already. This is a good pointer to the decoupling that is occurring between indices and their parent exchanges. In Dublin’s case it’s got nothing to do with MiFID but the simple fact that the LSE is the bigger marketplace for some of the large cap Irish stocks (which make up the ISEQ index). For other indices, such as the FTSE 100 , the CAC 40 and the DAX , we are slowly but surely seeing them decouple from their parent exchanges and start to exist in their ... market research, surveys and trends


Global futures and options volume in the first half of 2003 gained 38
Domestic futures trading increased 28.0 percent, to reach 498.3 million contracts traded, .... 41, 50, BUDAPEST STOCK EXCHANGE, 1117986, 393860, 183.85% ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Example Calculations for Cash Equity Trading_BSE_090609_final
Jan 10, 2007 ... To join any of the Sections of the Budapest Stock Exchange, all investment firms , ... Each investment firm shall pay a minimum of HUF 1.8 million ... the 0.015 percent of the trade value is HUF 16.8, which is less than the minimum ... The annual turnover of the Section Member is HUF 500 billion. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Foreign investors sell net HUF 357bn worth Hungarian securities in Q2
Foreign investors were net sellers of HUF 357bn (EUR 1.3bn) of Hungarian securities in the second quarter, about half of their net purchases in the first quarter, as the Greek debt crisis and uncertainties about the economic policies of Hungary's new government weighed, the National Bank of Hungary's (NBH) quarterly report on securities ownership structure published on Monday shows. The market value of foreign investors' holdings of Hungarian securities fell almost HUF 500bn in Q2 as share and bond prices dropped but the weaker forint raised the value of foreign currency-denominated government securities. Foreign ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
CEE markets wrap: Micex leads resilient equities
Central and eastern European stock markets were broadly positive on Monday, showing resilience to poor US jobs data on Friday. In Russia, the ongoing wheat crisis failed to drag down the country’s equities, with the Micex Index seeing its biggest rise in a week. The Micex closed afternoon trading up 1.2 per cent at 1,419.20, although the emergency scenario in Moscow did mean the volume of deals hit a month-long low. Norilsk Nickel, the world’s biggest nickel miner, rose 3.1 per cent, after the government said it would not purchase shares to ease a dispute between the company’s owners. Ivan Mazalov, of ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Troops march out, market-makers march in: The budapest stock exchange
special attention on the Budapest Stock Exchange. In 1991-95, statistical analyses conclude that the. BUX Index represented a superior investment to its ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Speech: Remarks at the Re-opening of the Budapest Stock Exchange ...
to present to the Budapest Stock Exchange, on behalf of the United ... serve to ring in the rebirth of the Budapest Stock Exchange, as a ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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performed by analyzing stock prices in the Budapest stock exchange shows that return pdf is leptokurtic down to a “transaction” time scale [16]. ...
What are the names of various stock exchanges in various countries ...
You can find a full list of world exchanges and the links directly to their sites here: African Exchanges Ghana Stock Exchange, Ghana Johannesburg Stock Exchange, South Africa The South African Futures Exchange (SAFEX), South Africa Asian Exchanges Sydney Futures Exchange, Australia Australian Stock Exchange, Australia Shenzhen Stock Exchange, China Stock Exchange of Hong Kong, Hong Kong National Stock Exchange of India, India Bombay Stock Exchange, India Jakarta Stock Exchange, Indonesia Indonesia NET Exchange, Indonesia Nagoya Stock Exchange, Japan Osaka ...
Frankfurt Stock Exchange at AllExperts
The Frankfurt Stock Exchange is one of the biggest and most efficient exchange places in the world. It is owned and operated by Deutsche Börse , which also owns the European futures exchange Eurex and clearing company Clearstream . The Frankfurt Stock Exchange has over 90 percent of turnover in the German market and a big share in the European market. Here the Frankfurt Stock Exchange floor trading loses, but in fast developing and expanding electronic trading ( Xetra trading system) the FSE gains in European and international trade: partner-exchanges adopted the Xetra (trading system) (as the Vienna Stock Exchange in 1999 , the