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The Effect of Selected Macroeconomic Variables and Globalization Factors on Return on Stock Market for Selected Sectors in Malaysia

Mohd Kamarul Azriq Bin Yusof and Norimah Binti Rambeli Ramli

International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 2017, vol. 7, issue 6, 1004-1011

Abstract: This study is intended to build up and form a model estimation for view factors selected macroeconomic and stock market returns of globlisasi for selected sectors in Malaysia. Selected macroeconomic variables was the exchange rates and the rate of inflation. While variable globalization represented by crude oil price the world. The selected sectors is a Trade & Service, Technology, Property, Plantation, Mining, Industrial, Financial, Consumer Products and Construction. Moreover unforeseen factors such as the economic crisis may also affect the expected return on the stock market for the sector in Malaysia. So in this study will be included dummy variables are represented by the world economic crisis of 2008. The formation of this estimation model can indirectly help investors and potential investors in making their investment decisions in the sector. This is because macroeconomic and globalization factors are unpredictable but they are able to impact the stock market returns for each sector.

Keywords: World Crude Oil Prices; Foreign Exchange Rates; Inflation Rates; World Economic Crisis; Return on Stock Market (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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