Stock markets and effective exchange rates in European countries: threshold cointegration findings
Stephanos Papadamou () and
Costas Siriopoulos ()
Eurasian Economic Review, 2016, vol. 6, issue 2, No 4, 215-274
Abstract The nexus between stock markets and exchange rates is examined in the case of eight European countries. The sample consists of four economies with national currencies and four that have adopted the euro. Thus, if differences between the two groups in the relationship governing the two markets exist, they will be unveiled. To this effect, a threshold cointegration methodology is adopted that allows for more reliable inferences to be drawn for both the short and long run nexus between the two markets. Monthly data is used covering the period 01/2000–12/2014. The findings reported herein offer support in favor of the portfolio approach thesis over the recent economic crisis period, but this finding is not the case for the entire sample. Bidirectional causality is found for Norway and the UK, pointing to a currency effect on stock markets. In view of the findings reported herein, policies aiming at reducing uncertainty in the stock markets can exert beneficial effects on currency markets.
Keywords: Non-linear cointegration; Capital markets; Effective exchange rates (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: G1 G15 H56 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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