ABSTRACT. Market share turbulence among top dealers is a form of competition that narrows bid-ask spreads, especially for stocks with less competitive market structure. Once the default-related variables are controlled for, bond betas or sensitivities to aggregate equity market risks have very limited explanatory power. The uncertainty induced by investors' learning about the fundamentals affects stock returns.



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