Market-book ratio

Market-book ratio

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Market-Book ratio is market value of equity (compustat # 199 * compustat # 25) divided by the book value of equity (compustat # 60).
In all models the dependent variable is the BHC market-book ratio (the proxy variable for charter value) measured in the year 2006.
When predicting failure at longer horizons, the most persistent firm characteristics--market capitalization, the market-book ratio, and equity volatility--become relatively more significant.
Mean (t-stat) t-test p-value Question Sign-test p The firm with the higher market-book ratio will -2.