Long Memory In Stock Market Volatility And The Volatility-in-mean Effect: The Fiegarch-m Model
Bent Jesper Christensen (),
Jie Zhu and
Morten Nielsen ()
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Jie Zhu: University of Aarhus and CREATES
No 1207, Working Paper from Economics Department, Queen's University
We extend the fractionally integrated exponential GARCH (FIEGARCH) model for daily stock return data with long memory in return volatility of Bollerslev and Mikkelsen (1996) by introducing a possible volatility-in-mean effect. To avoid that the long memory property of volatility carries over to returns, we consider a filtered FIEGARCH-in-mean (FIEGARCH-M) effect in the return equation. The filtering of the volatility-in-mean component thus allows the co-existence of long memory in volatility and short memory in returns. We present an application to the daily CRSP value-weighted cum-dividend stock index return series from 1926 through 2006 which documents the empirical relevance of our model. The volatility-in-mean effect is significant, and the FIEGARCH-M model outperforms the original FIEGARCH model and alternative GARCH-type specifications according to standard criteria.
Keywords: FIEGARCH; financial leverage; GARCH; long memory; risk-return tradeoff; stock returns; volatility feedback (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C22 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Journal Article: Long memory in stock market volatility and the volatility-in-mean effect: The FIEGARCH-M Model (2010)
Working Paper: Long Memory in Stock Market Volatility and the Volatility-in-Mean Effect: The FIEGARCH-M Model (2007)
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