UK Concept of Market Efficiency
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This paper studies the concept of market efficiency as it applies to the United Kingdom. The paper begins with a definition of the Efficient Markets Hypothesis, followed by an analysis of anomalies to this concept. Empirical observations about the January effect and the weekend effect are offered. The paper concludes with a comparison between the concept of market efficiency in the UK and other European countries. Market Efficiency January Effect Weekend Effect Anomalies and the Efficiency Market
From the Paper:"Market Efficiency could be defined as a concept of Efficient Markets Hypothesis. EMH follows that stock prices reflect information. The basic concept is that if markets are efficient then information of abnormal nature could be reflected simultaneously into the market. As a result of this effect, prices are also effected. On the other hand if markets are inefficient newly generated information will have a slower effect into the market thereby change in prices is also slow."
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