English, Article edition: Impact of Tick-Size Reduction on the Market Liquidity â Evidence from the Emerging Order-Driven Market Tzung-Yuan Hsieh; Shaung-Shii Chuang; Ching-Chung Lin

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  • Impact of Tick-Size Reduction on the Market Liquidity â Evidence from the Emerging Order-Driven Market
Author
  • Tzung-Yuan Hsieh
  • Shaung-Shii Chuang
  • Ching-Chung Lin
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  • Empirical studies on the influence of tick-size reduction towards market liquidity have focused almost exclusively on quote-driven markets in developed nations, and generally their findings are based on time periods of less than one year. This work investigates the influence of tick-size reduction and the relaxations of binding-constraint probability on market liquidity in the Taiwanese stock market, an emerging order-driven market, starting on March 1, 2005. The empirical results show that the spread, depth, market liquidity, and binding-constraint probability all decrease following the tick-size reduction, especially for low-priced stocks. These results can be attributed to relaxation of binding constraints. Additionally, stocks that are frequently traded, have larger market capitalization, or have restrictive binding constraints, experience considerable declines in spread, depth, and market liquidity following tick-size reduction. Trading activity plays an important role in explaining changes in spread, depth, market liquidity, and binding constraints. Thus, tick-size reduction in the Taiwanese Stock Market can increase market efficiency and reduce the investors' trading costs.
  • Binding-constraint probability, depth, market liquidity, spread, tick-size reduction, JEL Classification: G14, JEL Classification: G15
  • RePEc:wsi:rpbfmp:v:11:y:2008:i:04:p:591-616
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