Using a unique dataset from the Shanghai Stock Exchange, we study the relation between daily open-to-close stock returns and order imbalances, and the commonality in order imbalances across individual, institutional, and proprietary investors. We find that institutional (proprietary) order imbalances have a larger price impact, but account for a significantly smaller proportion of daily price fluctuations. Commonality is much stronger for individual, rather than institutional (proprietary), order imbalances. Institutional (proprietary) investors favor large capitalization stocks, and co-movement in institutional (proprietary) order imbalances is stronger for these stocks. Copyright © 2007 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
|Journal||Journal of Banking and Finance|
|Publication status||Published - 01 Jan 2009|
CitationBailey, W., Cai, J., Cheung, Y. L., & Wang, F. (2009). Stock returns, order imbalances, and commonality: Evidence on individual, institutional, and proprietary investors in China. Journal of Banking & Finance, 33(1), 9-19.
- Order imbalance
- Proprietary investors