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Long-run abnormal performance following convertible preference share and convertible bond issues: New evidence from the United Kingdom

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  • Abhyankar, Abhay
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  • Abhyankar, Abhay & Ho, Keng-Yu, 2006. "Long-run abnormal performance following convertible preference share and convertible bond issues: New evidence from the United Kingdom," International Review of Economics & Finance, Elsevier, vol. 15(1), pages 97-119.
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