Dynamic correlations at different time-scales with Empirical Mode Decomposition
T. Di Matteo and
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The Empirical Mode Decomposition (EMD) provides a tool to characterize time series in terms of its implicit components oscillating at different time-scales. We apply this decomposition to intraday time series of the following three financial indices: the S\&P 500 (USA), the IPC (Mexico) and the VIX (volatility index USA), obtaining time-varying multidimensional cross-correlations at different time-scales. The correlations computed over a rolling window are compared across the three indices, across the components at different time-scales, at different lags and over time. We uncover a rich heterogeneity of interactions which depends on the time-scale and has important led-lag relations which can have practical use for portfolio management, risk estimation and investments.
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