LILIS ENERGY, INC. (Form: S-4/A, Received: 05/11
... 2016, and as it may be further amended from time to time, which we refer to as the merger agreement, by and among Lilis, Lilis Merger Sub,
Inc., a Delaware corporation and a wholly owned subsidiary of Lilis, which we refer to as Merger Sub, and Brushy, and which is attached as
Annexes A.1, A.2 and A ...
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... of Pinnacle common stock subject to such option multiplied by the difference between the value a holder of Pinnacle common stock
would receive in exchange for one share of Pinnacle common stock and the exercise price of such option. Options to purchase Pinnacle
common stock that are "out-of-the-mone ...
Non-Principal Protected Unlisted Daily Cash Dividend
... Our Basket DCDC ELIs are NOT equivalent to time deposits and are NOT principal
protected. They are structured investment products embedded with derivatives. You may
sustain a total loss in your investment.
If you are in any doubt about any of the contents of the Basket DCDC ELI offering documents,
... there is a positive relationship between past stock market returns and options trading
volume, and then subsequently discuss potential explanations for the finding, specifically,
investor overconfidence. If investor overconfidence is a plausible reason for options
trading, it could open a door to a ...
IBERDROLA FINANCE IRELAND LIMITED IBERDROLA, S.A.
... The Issuer and the Guarantor accept responsibility for the information contained in this Offering
Circular and the Final Terms for each Tranche of Notes issued under the Programme. To the best of
the knowledge of the Issuer and the Guarantor (each having taken all reasonable care to ensure that
Trading Volume Reaction to the Earnings Reconciliation from IFRS
... experience a stronger trading volume reaction to the earnings reconciliation. However,
investors can learn over time and gain more confidence on financial information prepared
under IFRS without further reconciliation. As a result, we expect that the reaction will be
weaker for a continuous filer. O ...
Quantitative Easing and Volatility Spillovers across
... pound, Japanese yen, Swiss franc, Korean won, Hong Kong dollar, and trade-weighted US dollar spot
index12) and prices for two key commodities (oil and gold). The degree to which shocks in one country
are transmitted to another can also depend on the exchange rate regime (Flood and Hodrick, 1986).
Transaction Costs, Trade Throughs, and Riskless Principal Trading
... elsewhere. Such trades may be risky to the dealer if the dealer is committing capital (trading for its
inventory account). But most dealers immediately offset these trades by taking the better price offered
elsewhere because doing so guarantees that they profit with little risk. For example, if the ...
Using Candlestick Charts to Trade Forex copy
... the few pricing elements not readily apparent in Candlestick charts.
Even though this exact sequence of exchange rate movements does not
appear on a candlestick chart, candlestick charting provides a useful
visual summary that still gives the forex trader a unique insight into the
levels of supply a ...
Time Consistent Multi-period Robust Risk Measures and
... Application of worst-case risk measures
Lobo and Boyd : worst-case variance, variance
uncertainty, transformed to seme-definite program
El Ghaoui et al. : worst-case VaR, mean and variance
uncertainty , transformed to SOCP
Zhu and Fukushima : worst-case CVaR, mixture
distribution u ...
Did Stop Signs Stop Investor Trading?
... given that individuals tend to weigh stimuli that are more easily available (Tversky and
Kahneman 1973; Kruschke and Johansen 1999), the introduction of such an easily available
graphic should cause individuals to more heavily consider disclosure practices. And lastly,
because limited attention inve ...
Form S-4 GENERAL ELECTRIC CO - GE Filed: December 23, 2002
... We will hold a special meeting of our shareholders to consider and vote on the merger agreement and the merger. Only Osmonics shareholders who hold their
Osmonics shares at the close of business on
, 2002, the record date for the special meeting, will be entitled to vote at the special meeting.
The Impact of Hidden Liquidity in Limit Order Books
... order books have greater visible depth and narrower inside spreads. The greater liquidity reflects
both the choice of the large traders submitting the iceberg order and the reaction of the liquidity
suppliers to the predicted presence of an iceberg order.
We estimate a state-dependent affine price i ...
Quid pro quo? What factors influence IPO allocations to
... review of allocations in IPOs.4 The research in this paper forms part of the market
study, and benefits from the sort of data that has not previously been available to
researchers. All banks with operations in the UK, which includes all the leading
investment banks, are subject to regulation by the ...
Dark pools in European equity markets
... pools, trading venues where information about orders is not displayed before
execution, has been one aspect of these structural developments. Dark pools have
less transparency than “lit” exchanges, which display aggregated volumes of current
orders to buy or sell at different prices.
Dark pools have ...
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... reflect all adjustments, including normal recurring adjustments, that management considers necessary for a fair presentation of these
Condensed Consolidated Financial Statements. The results for the interim periods presented are not necessarily indicative of the results for the
full fiscal year or a ...
Do Noise Traders Move Markets?
... replicate, when trading costs are high for the stocks in these portfolios, when these stocks
pay dividends, and when interest rates are high. Lamont and Jones (2002) document that
stocks with binding short-sale constraints subsequently earn poor returns. Han and Wang
(2004) analyze whether upper and ...
A hedge is an investment position intended to offset potential losses/gains that may be incurred by a companion investment. In simple language, a hedge is used to reduce any substantial losses/gains suffered by an individual or an organization.A hedge can be constructed from many types of financial instruments, including stocks, exchange-traded funds, insurance, forward contracts, swaps, options, many types of over-the-counter and derivative products, and futures contracts. Public futures markets were established in the 19th century to allow transparent, standardized, and efficient hedging of agricultural commodity prices; they have since expanded to include futures contracts for hedging the values of energy, precious metals, foreign currency, and interest rate fluctuations.