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Title: U. S. Presidential Elections and the Taiwanese Stock Market
Authors: 洪綾君
Hung, Ling-Chun
Keywords: United States presidential election;Taiwan;political business cycle;bull-run election effect;party effect
Date: 2013-03
Issue Date: 2016-11-21 16:48:50 (UTC+8)
Abstract: Elections are considered to be the political events that have the most influence on stock markets. The previous literature has examined three types of election effects: the election cycle effect, the bull-run election effect, and the party effect. This study investigates the international impact of United States presidential elections on the Taiwanese stock market. The findings indicate that the Taiwanese stock market is sensitive to the U.S.-China-Taiwan relationship.
Relation: Issues & Studies,49(1),71-97
Data Type: article
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