Stock price manipulation prevalence and determinants

Although market participants perceive closing price manipulation to be common, we are not aware of any attempts to estimate the prevalence of manipulation or its detection. 4 If investors perceive the frequency of manipulation to be higher than the actual level, then they will be unnecessarily discouraged from participating in the market. 5

We then investigate the determinants of ramping alert incidence with a cross- sectional market manipulation may have been involved in the tracking stock. 6 Dec 2018 This market manipulation harms investors' confidence, resulting in less participation Stock price manipulation: Prevalence and determinants. Stock market manipulation typically benefits manipulators at the expense of the firm and other Stock price manipulation: Prevalence and determinants. Review   13 Nov 2018 Stock price manipulation: Prevalence and determinants. Review of Finance, 18(1 ), 23-66. Cumming, D., Dannhauser, R., & Johan, S. (2015).

6 Dec 2018 This market manipulation harms investors' confidence, resulting in less participation Stock price manipulation: Prevalence and determinants.

We empirically analyze the prevalence and economic underpinnings of closing price manipulation and its detection. We estimate that approximately one percent of closing prices are manipulated, of Downloadable (with restrictions)! We empirically analyze the prevalence and economic underpinnings of closing price manipulation and its detection. We estimate that ∼1% of closing prices are manipulated, of which only a small fraction is detected and prosecuted. We find that stocks with high levels of information asymmetry and mid to low levels of liquidity are most likely to be manipulated. Publisher: OXFORD UNIV PRESS Publication Type: Journal Article Citation: REVIEW OF FINANCE, 2014, 18 (1), pp. 23 - 66 (44) Issue Date: 2014-01-01 Stock Price Manipulation: Prevalence and Determinants* By orcid:0000-0002-1618-0371, We empirically analyze the prevalence and economic underpinnings of closing price manipulation and its detection. We estimate that ∼1% of closing prices are manipulated, of which only a small fraction is detected and prosecuted. Stock Price Manipulation: Prevalence and Determinants Comerton-Forde, Carole; Putni, Tlis J. 2014-01-04 00:00:00 We empirically analyze the prevalence and economic underpinnings of closing price manipulation and its detection. We estimate that 1 of closing prices are manipulated, of which only a small fraction is detected and prosecuted. Abstract: The study investigates the firm’s specific characteristics of manipulated firms in East Asian emerging and developed markets using hand-collected 244 manipulated cases between 2001 and 2017.The empirical analysis is conducted using panel logistic regression to identify which stocks are more likely to be manipulated. Result shows that large and highly liquid firms were more likely In addition, both the one-minute returns and the proportion of partially hidden orders increased. In this paper, we develop an agency-based model of closing price manipulation, which can account for these phenomena. In addition, we discuss the optimal closing price mechanism under manipulation.

21 Aug 2008 Comerton-Forde, Carole and Putnins, Talis J., Stock Price Manipulation: Prevalence and Determinants (October 4, 2012). Forthcoming, Review 

Abstract. We empirically analyze the prevalence and economic underpinnings of closing price manipulation and its detection. We estimate that approximately one percent of closing prices are manipulated, of which only a small fraction is detected and prosecuted. Stock Price Manipulation: Prevalence and Determinants CAROLE COMERTON-FORDE 1 and TĀLIS J. PUTNIŅŠ 2,3 1 College of Business and Economics, Australian National University, Australia; 2 UTS Business School, University of Technology Sydney; 3 Stockholm School of Economics in Riga Forthcoming, Review of Finance Abstract We empirically analyze the prevalence and economic underpinnings of closing price manipulation and its detection. We estimate that approximately one percent of closing prices are manipulated, of Downloadable (with restrictions)! We empirically analyze the prevalence and economic underpinnings of closing price manipulation and its detection. We estimate that ∼1% of closing prices are manipulated, of which only a small fraction is detected and prosecuted. We find that stocks with high levels of information asymmetry and mid to low levels of liquidity are most likely to be manipulated. Publisher: OXFORD UNIV PRESS Publication Type: Journal Article Citation: REVIEW OF FINANCE, 2014, 18 (1), pp. 23 - 66 (44) Issue Date: 2014-01-01 Stock Price Manipulation: Prevalence and Determinants* By orcid:0000-0002-1618-0371, We empirically analyze the prevalence and economic underpinnings of closing price manipulation and its detection. We estimate that ∼1% of closing prices are manipulated, of which only a small fraction is detected and prosecuted.

Abstract. We empirically analyze the prevalence and economic underpinnings of closing price manipulation and its detection. We estimate that approximately one percent of closing prices are manipulated, of which only a small fraction is detected and prosecuted.

Publisher: OXFORD UNIV PRESS Publication Type: Journal Article Citation: REVIEW OF FINANCE, 2014, 18 (1), pp. 23 - 66 (44) Issue Date: 2014-01-01 Stock Price Manipulation: Prevalence and Determinants* By orcid:0000-0002-1618-0371, We empirically analyze the prevalence and economic underpinnings of closing price manipulation and its detection. We estimate that ∼1% of closing prices are manipulated, of which only a small fraction is detected and prosecuted.

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Although market participants perceive closing price manipulation to be common, we are not aware of any attempts to estimate the prevalence of manipulation or its detection. 4 If investors perceive the frequency of manipulation to be higher than the actual level, then they will be unnecessarily discouraged from participating in the market. 5

Stock Price Manipulation: Prevalence and Determinants Comerton-Forde, Carole; Putni, Tlis J. 2014-01-04 00:00:00 We empirically analyze the prevalence and economic underpinnings of closing price manipulation and its detection. We estimate that 1 of closing prices are manipulated, of which only a small fraction is detected and prosecuted.