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Author:Elyasiani, Elyas 

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Market Discipline in the Secondary Bond Market: The Case of Systemically Important Banks

We investigate the association between the yields on debt issued by U.S. systemically important banks (SIBs) and their idiosyncratic risk factors, macroeconomic factors, and bond features, in the secondary market. Although greater SIB risk levels are expected to increase debt yields (Evanoff and Wall, 2000), prevalence of government safety nets complicates the market discipline mechanism, rendering the issue an empirical exercise. Our main objectives are twofold. First, we study how bond buyers reacted to elevation of SIB-specific and macroeconomic risk factors over the recent business cycle. ...
Working Papers , Paper 17-5

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Large capital infusions, investor reactions, and the return and risk performance of financial institutions over the business cycle and recent finanical crisis

We examine investors? reactions to announcements of large capital infusions by U.S. financial institutions (FIs) from 2000 to 2009. These infusions include private market infusions (seasoned equity offerings (SEOs)) as well as injections of government capital under the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). The sample period covers both business cycle expansions and contractions, and the recent financial crisis. We present evidence on the factors affecting FIs? decisions to raise capital, the determinants of investor reactions, and post-infusion risk-taking of the recipients, as well as a ...
Working Papers , Paper 13-23

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Large capital infusions, investor reactions, and the return and risk performance of financial institutions over the business cycle and recent finanical crisis

The authors examine investors' reactions to announcements of large seasoned equity offerings (SEOs) by U.S. financial institutions (FIs) from 2000 to 2009. These offerings include market infusions as well as injections of government capital under the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). The sample period covers both business cycle expansions and contractions, and the recent financial crisis. They present evidence on the factors affecting FI decisions to issue capital, the determinants of investor reactions, and post-SEO performance of issuers as well as a sample of matching FIs. The authors ...
Working Papers , Paper 11-46

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