Uncovering the interrelationship between the U.S. stock and housing markets: a bootstrap rolling window Granger causality approach
Tsangyao Chang (),
Su-Ling Tsai and
Kai-yin Allison Haga
Applied Economics, 2017, vol. 49, issue 58, 5841-5848
The purpose of this study is to investigate the time-varying interrelationship between the housing market and the stock market in the U.S. during the period of 1890–2013, by employing a rolling window subsample with a bootstrap Granger causality test. The rolling window allows for structural changes in the economy over time. Whereas previous studies have not identified a causal relationship between the U.S. housing price index and the SP500 stock price index, this new analysis is the first to identify certain periods wherein either the wealth effect or the investment effect can be observed.
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