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This paper examines the multiple listing phenomena by studying the characteristics of the hosting and listing countries and listing firms of the multiple-listed stocks. The authors document the loss of preeminence of the US as a preferred hosting country, this role now being taken by the EU. They find that generally larger firms with higher returns and enhanced growth prospects tend to list in multiple markets. They grow larger and received higher overvaluations from investors with each additional foreign listing.
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