The relationship between information content of depreciation and abnormal return and future benefits in manufacturing companies in Tehran Stock Exchange (TSE)

Authors

  • Reza Zare
  • Farzad Farzanfar
  • Hoda Jourkesh

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20525/ijfbs.v2i1.137

Keywords:

Abnormal return, Information Content, depreciation, future benefits

Abstract

In present study by virtue of the importance of  the fiscal statement contents and illiquid items ignored by the merchant the depreciation contents relation with abnormal return of the shares and future benefits are examined in order to influence the items under consideration of the investors to take related decisions; 94 companies were selected from the accessible universe in five years (2006-2010) to have the data necessary for the study in order to achieve the goal & with the base of keeping attention to the manufacturing & nonmanufacturing companies in the whole industries of stock market except banks & insurance companies. The simple and multivariable regression statistical techniques Chow and Hausman Test were used to test the hypotheses. The significant test was conducted for the paradigms by using the ‘F’ and ‘T’ statistics. The study findings show local high inflation have affection on the both variable results & makes no relation for first variable,for future benefits shows parallel  movements.

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Published

2013-01-21

How to Cite

Zare, R., Farzanfar, F., & Jourkesh, H. (2013). The relationship between information content of depreciation and abnormal return and future benefits in manufacturing companies in Tehran Stock Exchange (TSE). International Journal of Finance & Banking Studies (2147-4486), 2(1), 11–20. https://doi.org/10.20525/ijfbs.v2i1.137

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