Performance persistence in Spanish equity funds
AbstractPast literature shows that tests of performance persistence do not agree in the most important mutual fund markets and so there is a need for further research in other smaller countries such as Spain, one of the biggest growth fund markets in Europe in the nineties. Spanish equity funds investing in domestic stocks exhibit mixed results when performance persistence is analysed. These results were obtained from an exhaustive application of parametric and non-parametric procedures proposed in the past financial literature.
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Volume (Year): 15 (2005)
Issue (Month): 18 ()
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