Intra-market sovereign linkages of key Latin American markets
Kannan Thuraisamy ()
Economic Systems, 2014, vol. 38, issue 2, 140-160
This paper tests the intra-market dynamics in a regional setting using country-specific international bonds differentiated only by maturity within individual markets in the Latin American region. We use the 2001 Argentine default as a natural experiment in this study to examine how intra-market dynamics evolved in the presence of a credit event in the region. This paper argues that emerging market instruments have a stronger tendency to tie up with instruments within markets rather than across markets as found in the literature. The long-run equilibrium relationships tend to be stronger across instruments within each market and generate economically insignificant portfolio adjustment weights. Strong interaction across instruments within markets in terms of first order dependencies has important implications for market participants, practitioners and policymakers.
Keywords: Intra-market dynamics; Sovereign linkages; Common stochastic component (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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