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    Title: 以臺灣經驗檢定公開市場股票買回宣告之自由現金流量假說
    Other Titles: The free cash flow hypothesis on the open market share repurchases in the case of Taiwan
    Authors: 劉弘鈞;Liou, Hong-jyun
    Contributors: 淡江大學經濟學系碩士班
    陳炤良;Chen, Chao-liang
    Keywords: 自由現金流量假說;庫藏股;異常報酬;累積異常報酬;Free Cash Flow Hypothesis;Treasury Stock;abnormal return;Cumulative abnormal Returns
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 02:12:46 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 自從89年6月30日經立法院三讀通過證券交易法修正條文,並經總統於同年7月19日公佈後,財政部證券暨期貨管理委員會(以下簡稱證期會)於同年8月7日發佈「上市上櫃公司買回本公司股份辦法」。自此,我國正式開始實施庫藏股制度。因此,探討自由現金流量假說在台灣是否成立便是一可探討之議題。

    本研究針對1185間實施庫藏股買回的公司做自由現金流量假說的探討,研究期間為89年8月9日至96年12月31日。利用市場模式(Market Model)作為預期報酬的衡量模式,並配合累積異常報酬法(Cumulative Abnormal Return, CAR)來計算庫藏股之短期股價異常報酬。再利用迴歸分析公司之買回目的、市價淨值比、自由現金流量、預計買回比例,對累積異常報酬率的關係。
    An open-market share repurchase system has been in operation in Taiwan since August of 2000. In this study, the effect on stock returns of 1185 share repurchase announcements in Taiwan was empirically examined. The results indicate that the free cash-flow hypothesis is able to explain those effects, particularly for low-growth companies. Moreover, companies with a higher buy-back ratio, higher free cash-flow, or lower market-to-book ratio, exhibit greater cumulative abnormal returns from repurchase announcements.
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