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Equity market and foreign capital

Yoko Furukawa

Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique, 2009, vol. 42, issue 1, 349-358

Abstract: Abstract I present a model that demonstrates that the market mechanism is not always effective in stabilizing an open equity market. Foreign capital inflows create multiple equilibria in the equity market, which may simultaneously trigger a currency crisis as well as an equity market crash even if the equity market is well developed. L’auteur présente un modèle qui montre que le mécanisme de marché n’est pas toujours efficace pour stabiliser un marché ouvert d’actions. Les influx de capitaux étrangers créent de multiples équilibres dans le marché des actions, qui peuvent simultanément engendrer une crise de la monnaie et un effondrement du marché des actions, même si le marché des actions est bien développé.

Date: 2009
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