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Bid-ask spread and liquidity premium in Brazil


  • Minardi, Andrea Maria Accioly Fonseca
  • SANVICENTE, Antônio Zoratto
  • Monteiro, Rogério


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  • Minardi, Andrea Maria Accioly Fonseca & SANVICENTE, Antônio Zoratto & Monteiro, Rogério, 2006. "Bid-ask spread and liquidity premium in Brazil," Insper Working Papers wpe_53, Insper Working Paper, Insper Instituto de Ensino e Pesquisa.
  • Handle: RePEc:ibm:ibmecp:wpe_53

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