SYNCHRONIZATION OF STOCK PRICE AND THE ROLE OF INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS IN TEHRAN STOCK EXCHANGE

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Hussain Tayar
Mohsin Abbood Bandar
Mohammed Jabbar Fashakh

Keywords

institutional investors, synchronization of price, risk falling share prices and panel data

Abstract

Purpose of the study: The paper discusses the emergence of institutional investors as owners of capital in corporate governance are increasingly important. Institutional shareholders have the potential to influence management activities through an exchange of shares indirectly and directly respectively


Methodology: On the basis of this study, 42 companies between the years 1389 to 1393 were studied (data for 1388 also is intended to assess the results of 1389).


Results: The panel data model relationship between institutional investors with stock prices and the risk of concurrent fall in share prices was determined and it was found that institutional investors and significant negative correlation with share prices and the risk of concurrent fall in prices in the stock market Tehran.


Applications of this study: This research can be used for the universities, teachers, and students.


Novelty/Originality of this study: In this research, the model of Synchronization of Stock Price and the Role of Institutional Investors in the Tehran Stock Exchange is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.

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