Trading Your Neighbor's ETFs: Competition or Fragmentation?

@inproceedings{Boehmer2001TradingYN,
  title={Trading Your Neighbor's ETFs: Competition or Fragmentation?},
  author={Beatrice Boehmer and Ekkehart Boehmer},
  year={2001}
}
On July 31, 2001, for the first time in its history, the New York Stock Exchange began trading three unlisted securities. The DIA, SPY, and QQQ are the most actively traded Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and are listed on the American Stock Exchange. On April 15, 2002 another 27 ETFs followed. These two events provide a unique experiment for studying the impact of a new entrant on market quality. In contrast to recently revived concerns about the adverse impact of market fragmentation, we… CONTINUE READING

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