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Changing-regime volatility: a fractionally integrated SETAR model

Gilles Dufrénot (), Dominique Guegan and Anne Peguin-Feissolle

Applied Financial Economics, 2008, vol. 18, issue 7, 519-526

Abstract: This article presents a 2-regime SETAR model with different long-memory processes in both regimes. We briefly present the memory properties of this model and propose an estimation method. Such a process is applied to the absolute and squared returns of five stock indices. A comparison to simple ARFIMA models is made using some forecastibility criteria. Our empirical results suggest that our model offers an interesting alternative competing framework to describe the persistent dynamics in modelling the returns.

Date: 2008
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