|Title||Stock Performance, Sector’s Nature and Macroeconomic Environment|
|Date of Issue||2022|
|Publisher||Sumy State University|
|License||Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License|
|Citation||Naseer, M.M., Guo, Y., Zhu, X. (2022). Stock Performance, Sector’s Nature and Macroeconomic Environment. Financial Markets, Institutions and Risks, 6(1), 13-26. http://doi.org/10.21272/fmir.6(1).13-26.2022|
The existing literature on stock performance has focused on the viability of asset pricing theories, macroeconomic and microeconomic variations, and institutional disparities. Yet, whether any additional factors influence SP (Stock Performance) remains unanswered. To address this question, the study aims to provide fresh insights into industry factors concerning firm stock performance. The study adds to the existing research literature by focusing on these issues in the context of a developing economy. Data from 80 organizations were evaluated using a multiple regression model for 12 years to study the problem. The findings back up the importance of sector nature in stock performance. According to the results, company size, munificence, and HHI negatively link with financial performance, but growth, GDP, exchange rate, money supply, and oil prices have a positive link. The findings can help firms and individual investors better understand the factors that influence share prices, allowing them to assess their investment options better. Other financial institutions can provide better advice and products to investors seeking funding to finance share purchases.
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Financial Markets, Institutions and Risks (FMIR)
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