International Investment Restrictions and Closed-End Country Fund Prices

Authors

  • Catherine Bonser-Neal University of Washington
  • Greggory Brauer University of Washington
  • Robert Neal University of Washington
  • Simon Wheatley University of Washington

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1016/1057-0810(91)90015-Q

Abstract

Some closed-end country funds trade at large premiums relative to their net asset values. This paper examines whether international investment restrictions raise country fund price-net asset value ratios by segmenting international capital markets. The authors test whether a relation exists between announcements of changes in investment restrictions and changes in these ratios using weekly data from May 1981 to January 1989. The results provide evidence that some foreign markets are at least partially segmented from the U.S. capital markets. Journalof Finance, Vol. 45, No. 2 (June 1990), pp. 523-547. (Reprinted with permission of the Journal of Economic Literature.)

Published

1991-06-30

How to Cite

Bonser-Neal, C., Brauer, G., Neal, R., & Wheatley, S. (1991). International Investment Restrictions and Closed-End Country Fund Prices. Financial Services Review: The Journal of Individual Financial Management, 1(1), 81. https://doi.org/10.1016/1057-0810(91)90015-Q

Issue

Section

Abstracts of Articles on Individual Financial Management