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While Zhang, Zhang, and Wang found that there is relatively less liquidity provision in the market during the Dodd-Frank era because of new regulatory constraints, the act of liquidity provision is still an important signal for investors as they vet fund managers.
December 6, 2021 | By Mitchell Simpson, Xinde Zhang
Some CEOs earn significantly more than others in the stock market. Walton College researchers have discovered what they have in common.
October 8, 2021 | By Dobrina Jandik, Tomas Jandik, Lucas Cuni-Mertz
Planning for financial crises can seem a daunting task; thankfully, Walton College researchers have created a downloadable, free stress test for community banks.
October 1, 2021 | By Tim Yeager, Lucas Cuni-Mertz
Student-managed investment funds (SMIF) are no joke. Arkansas's Rebsamen SMIF often beats industry benchmarks & has seen a steady increase in returns since 1996.
September 24, 2021 | By Jeff Wright
The finance faculty at the University of Arkansas began noticing a trend a few years ago during field trips to visit companies across the region. While job titles remained largely unchanged, descriptions of the actual work finance majors were doing was shifting.
April 8, 2021 | By Stephen Caldwell
What really makes the planet spin on its axis – metaphorically, of course – are the decisions people make when it comes to money. And that’s where an understanding of finance comes into the picture.
November 19, 2020 | By Stephen Caldwell
You may have to spend money to make money, but it never hurts to make sure you see the whole picture.
August 7, 2020 | By Michael Adkison, Samar Ashour
Does the political affiliation in power affect the strength of the dollar? Bluntly put, is the dollar stronger under Democratic or Republican presidents?
May 8, 2020 | By Michael Adkison, Samar Ashour
Times of crisis often need to be contextualized – that’s why you have likely seen news articles comparing the financial fallout of COVID-19 against other crises: the Great Recession of a decade ago, Black Monday of 1987 and even the Great Depression.
April 17, 2020 | By Michael Adkison, Tim Yeager
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