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1 DEFI - Centre de recherche en développement économique et finance internationale 2 GREQAM - Groupement de Recherche en Économie Quantitative d-Aix-Marseille

Abstract : The recent empirical literature supports the view that most of the international stock prices are not pairwise cointegrated. However, by using fractional cointegration techniques, this paper shows that France, Germany, Hong Kong, and Japan stock prices indices are pairwise fractionally cointegrated with US stock prices. Equilibrium errors are mean reverting with half-life lying between 2 and 12 days. It is worthwhile noting that emerging markets like Brazil and Argentina are not pairwise cointegrated with the US stock market. These new results have important implications for asset pricing and international portfolio strategy.

Keywords : equity markets fractional cointegration long memory





Author: Marcel Aloy - Mohamed Boutahar - Karine Gente - Anne Peguin-Feissolle -

Source: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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