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Real-Time Multivariate Density Forecast Evaluation and Calibration: Monitoring the Risk of High-Frequency Returns on Foreign Exchange

Francis Diebold (), Jinyong Hahn and Anthony S Tay ()

No 6845, NBER Working Papers from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc

Abstract: We provide a framework for evaluating and improving multivariate density forecasts. Among other things, the multivariate framework lets us evaluate the adequacy of density forecasts involving cross-variable interactions, such as time-varying conditional correlations. We also provide conditions under which a technique of density forecast forecasts. Finally by recent advances in financial risk management, we provide a detailed application to multivariate high-frequency exchange rate density forecasts.

JEL-codes: G1 C5 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 1998-12
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Published as (Published as "Multivariate Density Forecast Evaluation and Calibration in Financial Risk Management: High Frequency Returns on Foreign Exchange") Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 81 (1999): 661-673.

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