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Pengaruh Stock Split Terhadap Likuiditas Saham Yang Diukur Dengan Besarnya Bid-Ask Spread Di Bursa Efek Jakarta
Pengarang : Sri Fatmawati, Marvvan Asri
Jurnal : Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia 1999, XIV(4)
Tahun : 1999
Summary / Kata Kunci : ABSTRACT
It is widely believed that stock splits are purely cosmetic, since the corporation's cash flows are unaffected, each shareholder retains his proportionate ownership and the claims of other classes of security holders are unaltered Although stock splits appear to be purely cosmetic changes, research shows real effects associated with them. Despite extensive study, controversies still abound in the literature about these effects. These controversies include whether stock splits affect shareholder wealth, change a stock risk, improve liquidity, and provide signals to the market. The objective of this research is to verify empirically that stock splits relate those real effects especially stock liquidity as measured by bid-ask spread.
This research examines thirty companies which did stock splits in Jakarta Stock Exchange during July 1995 to June 1997. A paired-difference test is used to test some hypothesis about the difference between two population means for stock prince, variance, trading volume, turnover volume, and bid-ask spread variables. Furthermore, the multiple regression analysis is used to examine the relation of stock price, trading volume, stock volatility to bid-ask spread.
Overall, the results of this research indicate that there are significant differences among stock price, turnover volume, and bid-ask spread for before and after the listing date. Besides that, the difference of bid-ask spread is affected by stock price, volatility, and trading volume.

Keywords: bid-ask spread, liquidity, stock-splits
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