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    Title: The Impacts of Tick Size Reduction in a Market with Multiple Tick Sizes
    Authors: Chen), 陳鴻崑(Hung-Kun;Hsieh), 謝文良(Wen-Liang Gideon
    Keywords: Tick Size;Bid-ask Spread;Quote Depth;Entire Limit Order Book
    Date: 2017/09/30
    Issue Date: 2017-11-01 02:10:24 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 財團法人中華民國證券暨期貨市場發展基金會
    Abstract: We analyze the impact of tick size reduction on market quality, placing particular focus on whether a multiple tick rule helps to mitigate the impact of a tick rule size reduction in purely order-driven markets. Using a novel dataset covering an entire limit order book, our results suggest that the tick size reduction resulted in substantial declines in effective spread, quote depth, and market depth throughout the limit order book, whereas no significant effects on either trading volume or volatility are discernible. The multiple tick schedule does not eliminate divergence in the market quality for stocks in the same tick size group or across tick size groups. Within the same tick size group, spread and depth are reduced more for those stocks with lower prices, larger capitalization levels, and higher trading frequency. Across tick size groups, the impact of the tick size reduction is found to be stronger for groups where the original tick size was more of a binding constraint and for those groups which experienced a larger (relative) tick size reduction. Overall, our results suggest that a smaller tick size has reduced transaction costs for small trades yet impaired the provision of liquidity, particularly for large trades in high capitalization and more frequently-traded stocks. As a result, the net benefit of the new tick size schedule cannot be confirmed with certainty.
    Relation: Review of Securities and Futures Markets (證券市場發展季刊), 29 (3), 39-82
    DOI: 10.6529/RSFM.2017.29(3).2
    Appears in Collections:[財務金融學系暨研究所] 期刊論文

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