The Role of fundamentals factors of empirical analysis of the Prague stock exchange
The paper presents an empirical analysis of the Prague stock exchange as a whole approximated by the index and also selected issues traded on the Prague stock exchange. The goal of the paper is to verify the relationship between the market as a whole and the selected issues on one hand and selected fundamentals on the other hand. The results carry useful information in the context of both economic theory, especially with respect to market efficiency hypothesis, and business administration, mainly in the area of financial management.
Volume (Year): 2009 (2009)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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