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Norgren, C. (2010). The Causes of the Global Financial Crisis and Their Implications for Supreme Audit Institutions.
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  • TITLE: Review of Stock Markets’ Reaction to New Events: Evidence from Brexit

    AUTHORS: Isaac Quaye, Yinping Mu, Braimah Abudu, Ramous Agyare

    KEYWORDS: Stock Market, Information, Brexit, Volatility, Referendum

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Financial Risk Management, Vol.5 No.4, December 30, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Several studies have evolved to deal with the determinants of stock market volatility. However, there exists a gap in literature with regards to the interrelation among the broad categories of factors that trigger stock market reaction namely company fundaments, technical factors and market sentiments. This paper provides a holistic and comprehensive theoretical review of drivers of stock markets’ reaction as well as designs an interrelated conceptual framework of the factors that influence investors’ decision making to fill the gap in literature. Brexit is presented as a case study to illustrate how investors and stock markets are affected by new events or information. This study will reveal some of the global staggering effects of Brexit at the end of trading on June 24, 2016 in areas such as currencies, stock markets, banks, commodities, bonds, automakers and homebuilders as well as hedge fund. Barely 24 hours after the results of Brexit were declared; global stock markets lost about $2 trillion in value. The British pound plunged to almost $1.33, its lowest level in over 30 years against the US dollar and gold proved to be one of the few safe havens for investors on that day. In order for investors to insulate themselves against loses from Black Swans events, the conclusion of this study recommends some protective mechanisms for investors which include avoidance of overexposure and stockpiling of cash.