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potential appraisal arbitrageurs, since the court determines fair value
This practice can be fairly characterized as appraisal arbitrage--by analogy to traditional merger arbitrage (85)--and those who practice it may be termed appraisal arbitrageurs.
They report mean raw returns to arbitrageurs of 20% over the deal duration and mean abnormal returns of 5% using the single-factor market model (6) as the benchmark.
Shleifer and Vishny (1997) examine the effect of intertemporal wealth constraints on the incentives of arbitrageurs to eliminate mispricings between two securities with identical cash flows.
Consequently, demand curves for bonds from these risk-averse arbitrageurs are not flat, and relative supplies of bonds do matter in this model.
We find strong evidence that tax-neutral institutions play the role of short-term arbitrageurs around ex-dividend dates.
For an arbitrageur trading for her own account, we can presume the explanation for a failed investment is observable.
The long-short portfolio that any arbitrageur might hold defines a market segment of a larger arbitrage industry We assume that arbitrageurs are highly skilled people who pursue proprietary trading strategies and therefore enjoy a monopoly in their segment.
The arbitrageur would sell call 1, buy call 2, and invest the balance in a Treasury bill earning the risk-free rate.
Instead, the arbitrageurs force the banks to cause appropriate changes in the bond interest rate.
The arbitrageur can now play his game by tracking New York against Chicago: the S&P 500 stock index in New York against the S&P 500 futures in Chicago.
Moreover, a further implication of this result is that the arbitrageur will prefer to trade in the contract with the greatest amount of liquidity, because these markets provide the lowest transaction costs.