Actual and theoretical price adjustment, Business Economics

For any stock splits (if there were any it will look like the screen below) compare the actual and theoretical price adjustment.  For example, on the day that a 2-for-1 split is effective examine the closing price on the day before (e.g., $50) and the next day.  Does the opening share price change as expected (e.g., to $25)?  If there were no stock splits (usually that is the case), your answer is that there were none.

Mar 97

97.00

101.00

87.62

91.69

78,573,200

9.23

Feb 97

102.62

103.50

94.00

97.50

72,398,100

9.82

Jan 97

83.12

103.25

80.75

102.00

75,104,400

10.27

Dec 9, 1996

2: 1 Stock Split

Dec 96

157.50

159.50

76.37

82.62

71,113,800

8.32

 

 

Posted Date: 2/26/2013 1:45:49 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Actual and theoretical price adjustment, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Actual and theoretical price adjustment, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Actual and theoretical price adjustment Discussions

Write discussion on Actual and theoretical price adjustment
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions

Explain the statement "during the second quarter of 2010 Irish gross domestic product fell by 1.2%. According to given statement Ireland's gross domestic production fell down i

Question: Yamba Home Products is just beginning its fourth quarter, in which peak sales occur. The company has requested a $12,000, 90-day loan from its bank to help meet cash

What are Less Developed Countries (LDCs)? Less Developed Countries: Developing countries are frequently considered to as less developed countries. The World Bank categor

It is significant that the contracts between the main contractor and the customer and between the key contractor and subcontractors are back-to-back; what is meant by that term?

What is meant by the term the triple constraint? What are the three elements of the triple constraint and why is an understanding of their relative weight significant in exercising

What is import substitution? Import substitution: It is a government industrialisation policy for development by replacing imports along with domestic production. St

What are the processes of industrialisation for productivity? The process of industrialisation increases productivity and per capita incomes and includes: a. Urbanisation

What would primary markets look like in absence of secondary markets?

Question 1 Explain the Orthodox and Liberal perspective of political theory Question 2 Critically analyse the institutional approach in comparative political analysis