Trading collar, intraday periodicity and stock market volatility
Satheesh Aradhyula () and
A. Tolga Ergun
Applied Financial Economics, 2004, vol. 14, issue 13, 909-913
Using five-minute data, market volatility in the Dow Jones Industrial Average is examined in the presence of trading collars. A polynomial specification is used for capturing intraday seasonality. Results indicate that market volatility is 3.4 % higher in declining markets when trading collars are in effect. Results also support a U-shaped intraday periodicity in volatility.
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