Does the sales seasonality anomaly exist in China?
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In this paper, we examine the relationship between sales seasonality and future stock return in the US and Chinese markets. Consistent with Grullon et al. (2020), we find low-sales-season firms tend to significantly outperform high-sales-season firms in the US market. Our empirical results suggest that the sales seasonality anomaly does not exist in the Chinese market.
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