Intraday Effect of News on Emerging European Forex Markets: An Event Study Analysis
Evžen Kočenda and
Michala Moravcova ()
No 2016/20, Working Papers IES from Charles University Prague, Faculty of Social Sciences, Institute of Economic Studies
We analyze the impact of Eurozone/Germany and U.S. macroeconomic news announcements and the communication of the monetary policy settings of the ECB and the Fed on the forex markets of new EU members. We employ an Event Study Methodology to analyze intra-day data from 2011–2015. Our comprehensive analysis of the wide variety of macroeconomic information during the post-GFC period shows that: (i) macroeconomic announcements affect the value of the new-EU-country exchange rates, (ii) the origin of the announcements matters, (iii) the type of announcement also matters, (iv) different types of news (good, bad, or neutral) result in different reactions, (v) markets react not only after the news release but also before, (vi) when the U.S. dollar is a base currency the impact of the news is larger than in case of the euro, (vii) announcements on ECB monetary policy result in stronger effects than those of the Fed, and (viii) temporary inefficiencies are present on the new-EU-country forex markets.
Keywords: foreign exchange markets; intraday data; abnormal returns; event study; macroeconomic announcements; monetary policy settings; European Union; new EU members (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C52 F31 F36 G15 P59 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 59 pages
Date: 2016-09, Revised 2016-09
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