Lee A Smales
Lee A Smales
Associate Professor in Finance, Accounting & Finance Discipline, University of Western Australia
Verified email at uwa.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
News Sentiment in the Gold Futures Market
LA Smales
Journal of Banking and Finance 49, 275-286, 2014
752014
News sentiment and the investor fear gauge
LA Smales
Finance Research Letters 11, 122-130, 2014
562014
RBA monetary policy communication: The response of Australian interest rate futures to changes in RBA monetary policy
LA Smales
Pacific-Basin Finance Journal 20 (5), 793-808, 2012
362012
Asymmetric volatility response to news sentiment in gold futures
LA Smales
Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money 34, 161-172, 2015
302015
The importance of fear: investor sentiment and stock market returns
LA Smales
Applied Economics 49 (34), 3395-3421, 2017
282017
Impact of macroeconomic announcements on interest rate futures: High‐frequency evidence from Australia
LA Smales
Journal of Financial Research 36 (3), 371-388, 2013
272013
Time-variation in the impact of news sentiment
LA Smales
International Review of Financial Analysis 37, 40-50, 2015
252015
Non-scheduled news arrival and high-frequency stock market dynamics: Evidence from the Australian Securities Exchange
LA Smales
Research in International Business and Finance 32, 122-138, 2014
212014
Political uncertainty and financial market uncertainty in an Australian context
LA Smales
Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money 32, 415-435, 2014
192014
Bitcoin as a safe haven: Is it even worth considering?
LA Smales
Finance Research Letters 30, 385-393, 2019
182019
The role of political uncertainty in A ustralian financial markets
LA Smales
Accounting & Finance 56 (2), 545-575, 2016
182016
The influence of FOMC member characteristics on the monetary policy decision-making process
LA Smales, N Apergis
Journal of Banking & Finance 64, 216-231, 2016
172016
“Brexit”: a case study in the relationship between political and financial market uncertainty
LA Smales
International Review of Finance 17 (3), 451-459, 2017
142017
Better the devil you know: The influence of political incumbency on Australian financial market uncertainty
LA Smales
Research in International Business and Finance 33, 59-74, 2015
142015
Risk-on/Risk-off: Financial market response to investor fear
LA Smales
Finance Research Letters 17, 125-134, 2016
132016
Time-varying relationship of news sentiment, implied volatility and stock returns
LA Smales
Applied Economics 48 (51), 4942-4960, 2016
122016
(Unusual) weather and stock returns—I am not in the mood for mood: further evidence from international markets
N Apergis, A Gabrielsen, LA Smales
Financial Markets and Portfolio Management 30 (1), 63-94, 2016
112016
The importance of belief dispersion in the response of gold futures to macroeconomic announcements
LA Smales, Y Yang
International Review of Financial Analysis 41, 292-302, 2015
112015
The validity of investor sentiment proxies
F Chan, RB Durand, J Khuu, LA Smales
International Review of Finance 17 (3), 473-477, 2017
102017
Understanding the impact of monetary policy announcements: The importance of language and surprises
LA Smales, N Apergis
Journal of Banking & Finance 80, 33-50, 2017
92017
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