Common Predictable Components in Regional Stock Markets
Jia He and
Lilian K Ng
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, 1997, vol. 15, issue 1, 35-42
This paper employs recently developed multivariate methods to study the predictability of international stock market returns. The authors find evidence of significant common predictable components within the Pacific, the European, and the North American stock markets using region-specific instrumental variables. The degree of predictability of these common movements, however, varies across regional markets and across subperiods. Results indicate that only North American instrumental variables have the ability to predict excess returns on the stock markets in the other two regions but not vice versa.
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