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Chocholata Michaela (Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Bratysławie, Słowacja)
Title
Trading Volume and Volatility of Stock Returns : Evidence from Some European and Asian Stock Markets
Source
Metody Ilościowe w Badaniach Ekonomicznych / Szkoła Główna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego, 2011, vol. 12(XII), nr 1, s. 27-36, tab., bibliogr. 19 poz.
Quantitative Methods in Economics
Keyword
Wolumen obrotu, Zmienność, Model GARCH, Stopa zwrotu akcji
Trading volume, Variability, GARCH model, Stock rate of returns
Note
summ.
Abstract
This paper analyses the relationship between the daily volatility of stock returns and the trading volume using the TGARCH models for selected European and Asian stock markets. The leverage effect has been proved in all analysed cases. The logarithm of the trading volume was included into the conditional volatility equation as a proxy for information arrival time. Although in case of all analysed Asian stock returns the inclusion of the trading volume led to the moderate decline of the conditional volatility persistence, the results in case of European stock returns were not so unambiguous. (original abstract)
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2082-792X
Language
eng
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