Does feedback trading drive returns of cross-listed shares?

Jing Chen, Yizhe Dong (Corresponding Author), Wenxuan Hou, David G. McMillan

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Abstract

This paper examines the role of cross-listing in stock return dynamics with particular reference to feedback trading based on a sample of five most frequently traded cross-listed shares. We find that a long-run equilibrium relationship among the cross-listed share prices exists, but find no evidence of long-run co-movements among different shares traded in the same exchange. Furthermore, the VAR Granger causality tests indicate bi-directional feedback relations among the returns of cross-listed shares, while there is no consistent causality among different stocks within the markets. We also find that the cross-listed shares demonstrate strong volatility spillovers, which is driven by the covariance structure that is formed by variance and correlation terms. In addition, we report liquidity spillover effects and spillovers running from liquidity to volatility for some firms but no evidence that spillover effects run from volatility to liquidity.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)179-199
Number of pages21
JournalJournal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money
Volume53
Early online date15 Sep 2017
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2018

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Feedback trading
Liquidity
Spillover effects
Volatility spillover
Share prices
Granger causality test
Long-run equilibrium
Causality
Spillover
Stock returns
Cross-listing
Comovement

Keywords

  • Feedback trading
  • High-frequency trading
  • Cross-listing
  • Spillover
  • Volatility
  • Liquidity

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Does feedback trading drive returns of cross-listed shares? / Chen, Jing; Dong, Yizhe (Corresponding Author); Hou, Wenxuan; McMillan, David G.

In: Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, Vol. 53, 03.2018, p. 179-199.

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Chen, Jing ; Dong, Yizhe ; Hou, Wenxuan ; McMillan, David G. / Does feedback trading drive returns of cross-listed shares?. In: Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money. 2018 ; Vol. 53. pp. 179-199.
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