Different Influences on Market | Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review

Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review

ISSN: 2223-5833

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Brief Note on Risk Investment

Joaquim Matheo*

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The Effect of COVID-19 on Nigeria Tertiary Institutions: Challenges and Prospects

Adedotun Jamiu Saka*

Education as one of the major bane of national development was grossly affected by the virus. Education is so important that it is listed as goal number four (4) of the seventeen (17) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to transform the world. As part of governmental policies to check the spread of the virus and reduce the mortality rate, schools all over the world were shut down, at such some schools have to operate through online platform. Hence, this study focus on challenges Tertiary Institutions encounter amid the pandemic and prospects of overcoming the challenges were discussed. This paper adopted secondary data; the data was collected through newspapers, publications and journals.

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Investor Sentiment Measurement Techniques: A Review of Literature

Afef Amdouni*

Within the conceptual framework of behavioral finance, our interest is based on investor sentiment that allows us to understand investors' decisions in uncertain situations and their consequences on stock price movements. In this context, the main objective of this article is to investor sentiment through its measurement methods which help to examine its relationship with the profitability and volatility of equities. To do this, we began by introducing the concept of “investor sentiment” and its measurement indicators which are very diverse because of the non-consensus on a single definition of investor sentiment. We have distinguished these indicators using three methods (direct, indirect and composite) to clarify the interests and limitations of each measurement method.

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