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    ​What Should be the Null Hypothesis of Rational Expectation?  - Evidence from Security Analysts and Machine Learning
    28-Feb-2018
    1330hrs - 1500hrs


    Prior studies find significant association between ex post analyst forecasting errors and existing public information. The conclusion is that such evidence indicates a violation of full informational rational expectation (FIRE) and researchers propose explanations based on agency or behavioral theor...

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    ​Speaker Series: Fintech Trends - The Future is Tech
    27-Feb-2018
    1800hrs - 2000hrs


    Finance isn't changing. It has changed. Technology has changed banking and finance beyond recognition from online banking developments in the early digital years through Bitcoin and blockchain and now new mobile technologies. The customer experience will change again with rapid changes in personal b...

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    ​The Predictability of Equity Returns from Past Returns:  A New Moving Average-Based Perspective
    27-Feb-2018
    1030hrs - 1200hrs


    The distance between the short- and long-run moving averages of prices is a potent predictor of stock returns in the cross-section. The greater the positive (negative) distance between the short-run average and the long-run one, the greater (lower) is the expected return. The corresponding strategy ...

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    ​Preparing Leaders for the 4th Industrial Revolution
    23-Feb-2018
    1530hrs - 1630hrs


    The presentation will examine the evolution of the 4th Industrial Revolution as conceptualised by the World Economic Forum. It will then explore the leadership principles and practices that will be required “for a future where innovation and technology are centred on humanity and the need to serve t...

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    ​Belief Formation under Signal Correlation
    21-Feb-2018
    1430hrs - 1600hrs


    We characterize how people form beliefs about a random variable based on independent and correlated signals using laboratory experiments. Subjects form their beliefs in an unbiased, yet suboptimal, way. While they overestimate the value of moderately or strongly correlated signals, in a finding new ...

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