Time-varying exchange rate exposure and exchange rate risk pricing in the Canadian Equity Market
Mohammad Al-Shboul () and
Sajid Anwar ()
Economic Modelling, 2014, vol. 37, issue C, 451-463
This paper aims to extend the existing literature on foreign exchange rate risk pricing. Unlike the existing studies on Canada, we use six alternative bilateral and one multilateral exchange rate proxies. Furthermore, using both a two-factor and a three-factor capital asset pricing model (CAPM), we test for the presence of a long-run relationship among exchange rate risk pricing, herding behavior, term structure and the interest rate. The estimated results based on both the ordinary least squares (OLS) and generalized least squares (GLS) estimation techniques confirm that exchange rate risk in the Canadian equity market is priced and that the pricing of this risk is time-varying. This result holds for all seven exchange rate proxies. Our empirical analysis also suggests the presence of a long-run relationship among exchange rate risk pricing, herding behavior, term structure and the interest rate. This relationship is found to be insensitive to variations in the world market return.
Keywords: Foreign exchange risk; Time-varying risk; Exchange rate risk pricing; Canadian equity market; Rolling window regression; Asset pricing; Herding behavior; Cointegration (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: F31 G15 G10 C50 G12 G02 G01 E43 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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