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97-04: Expected returns, risk and the integration of international bond markets
David G. Barr and Richard Priestley
97-03: Risk factors in the Malaysian stock market
Andrew Clare and Richard Priestley
97-02: Calculating the probability of failure of the Norwegian banking sector
Andrew Clare and Richard Priestley
97-01: An asset pricing approach to estimating the persistence in expected returns
Richard Priestley
96-16: An empirical study on contractual heterogeneity within the firm: the "vertical integration - incentive contracts" mix
Luisa Affuso
96-15: Cointegration representation, identification and estimation
John Hunter and Dislis C.
96-14: Excess stock returns and news: evidence from European markets
Dimitrios Malliaropulos
96-13: Shocks, risk and the predictive power of long bond yields for future inflation
Dimitrios Malliaropulos
96-12: Nonstationarity, structural breaks and the Fisher effect
Dimitrios Malliaropulos
96-11: Identifying the effects of nominal and real shocks on the S&P 500 stock price index
Dimitrios Malliaropulos
96-10: Long-run neutrality and superneutrality in an ARIMA framework: a note
Dimitrios Malliaropulos
96-09: International stock return differentials and real exchange rate changes
Dimitrios Malliaropulos
96-08: Testing for seasonal patterns in conditional return volatility: evidence from Asia-Pacific markets
Andrew Clare, Ian Garrett and Greg Jones
96-07: Money, long-run superneutrality and real equity prices
Dimitrios Malliaropulos
96-06: Explaining the stochastic trend in velocity of money
Dimitrios Malliaropulos
96-05: Reports of beta's death are premature: evidence from the UK
Richard Priestley and Steven Thomas
96-04: An infinitely divisible distribution in financial modelling
Dimitrios Malliaropulos
96-03: Capital control liberalisation and stock market development
Ross Levine and Sara Zervos
96-02: Industry and country components in emerging market stock returns
Sara Zervos
96-01: Is equity a hedge against inflation in the long run? Evidence from the G5
Dimitrios Malliaropulos
95-13: The effects of stock index futures trading on stock index volatility: an analysis of the asymmetric response of volatility to news
Phil Holmes Antonios Antoniou and Richard Priestley
95-12: Futures market efficiency, the unbiasedness hypothesis and variance bounds tests: the case of the FTSE-100 Futures Contract
Antonios Antoniou and Phil Holmes
95-11: Stock markets, banks and economic growth
Ross Levine and Sara Zervos
95-10: Modelling the dividend behaviour of the aggregate US stock market
Ian Garrett and Richard Priestley
95-09: Inflation, real interest rates and the bond market: a study of UK nominal and index-linked Government bond prices
David G. Barr and John Y. Campbell
95-08: Utility neutral option pricing under transaction costs
Mark Davis and Michael Monoyios
95-07: Tests of exogeneity for long run PPP and uncovered interest parity in an identified model of the UK effective exchange rate
John Hunter and Mark Simpson
95-06: Seasonality, stock returns and the macroeconomy
Richard Priestley
95-05: Do Assumptions about Factor Structure Matter in Identifying the Number of Significant Factors in Test of the APT ?
Ian Garrett and Richard Priestley
95-04: The Effect of Regulatory Announcements on the Cost of Equity Capital of British Telecom (Revised May 1996)
Antonios Antoniou and Gioia Pescetto
95-03: Common Factors and the Empirical Validity of the Arbitrage Pricing Theory
Antonios Antoniou, Ian Garrett and Richard Priestley
95-02: The APT vs. the CAPM as a Description of Security Returns: The United Kindom Experience
Antonios Antoniou, Ian Garrett and Priestly R.
95-01: Did Membership of the Exchange Rate Mechanism Reduce the Equity Market Risk Premium ?
Antonios Antoniou, Ian Garrett and Priestly R.
94-07: Estimating the Cost of Capital of the UK's Newly Privatised Utilities
Andrew Clare et al
94-06: Day of the Week Effects: Evidence from the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange
Andrew Clare et al
94-05: On the Removal of Nonsynchronous Trading and Non Trading Effects from Security Prices and Stock Index Values
Ian Garrett
94-04: Predicting the Returns from Stock Index Futures
Andrew Clare et al
94-03: Volume-volatility Relations for Oil Crude Futures Markets
Andrew Foster
94-02: A parsimonious cointegration representation for multi-cointegration
John Hunter
94-01: Short versus Long Term Dependence in Stock Prices: Evidence from Variance Ratios and Rescaled Range Statistics
Ian Garrett and Michael Gavrides
93-07: An Analysis of the Behaviour of International Oil Spot and Futures Markets during the Gulf Conflict
Andrew Foster
93-06: A Note on: Global Macroeconomic shocks, Time-varying Covariances and Tests of the ICAPM
Andrew Clare et al
93-05: Is the Gilt-Equity Yield Ratio useful for Predicting UK Stock Returns?
Andrew Clare et al
93-04: Short-term and Long-term Efficiency in Commodity Spot and Futures Markets
Antonios Antoniou and Andrew Foster
93-03: Beta Regression Tendencies when Stock Prices Cointegrate with the Market Index
George A. Papachristou
93-02: Macroeconomic Shocks and the Domestic CAPM: Evidence from the UK Stock Market
Andrew Clare et al
93-01: Systematic Risk and Returns to Stock Index Futures Contracts: International Evidence
Antonios Antoniou and Philip Holmes
92-06: Stock Index Futures and the October 1987 Stock Market Crash
Antonios Antoniou and Ian Garrett
92-05: Are Financial Markets Effectively Functioning? Some Evidence From the UK Stock and Stock Index Futures Markets
Antonios Antoniou and Ian Garrett
92-04: Price Dominance Between Spot and Futures Markets: A Reexamination using Error-Correction Models
Antonios Antoniou and Andrew Foster
92-03: Global Identification of Linear Rational Expectations Models
John Hunter
92-02: The Relationship between Futures Trading and Spot Price Volatility: Distinguishing Between the Message and the Messenger
Antonios Antoniou and Philip Holmes
92-01: Tests of Futures Market Efficiency using Cointegration
Antonios Antoniou and Andrew Foster
91-08: A Reexamination of the Case for Interest Ceilings on Consumer Credit
Andrew Hartropp
91-07: Non-synchronous Trading and the October 1987 Crash
Ian Garrett
91-06: Miller-Modigliani, Behavioural Models of Dividend Policy and the Dividend Behaviour of the Aggregate Stock Market: Some Evidence for the UK
Ian Garrett and Richard Priestley
91-05: On the Implementation and Interpretation of the Market Model: An Alternative Approach
Ian Garrett
91-04: The Capital Asset Pricing Model and Weekly Futures Returns: The Case of the FTSE-100 Stock Index Futures Contract
Antonios Antoniou and Philip Holmes
91-03: Efficient Predictions of Inefficient Markets: An Analysis of Commodity Spot and Futures Markets
Antonios Antoniou and Andrew Foster
91-02: Futures Trading and Spot Market Volatility: Evidence for Brent Crude Oil Using GARCH
Antonios Antoniou and Andrew Foster
91-01: Using the Market Model: A Note
Ian Garrett
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