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Ghimire Binam (Newcastle Business School, U.K.), Annussek Kolja (Newcastle Business School, U.K.), Harvey Jackie (Newcastle Business School, U.K.), Sharma Satish (Newcastle Business School, U.K.)
Testing the Weak-Form Efficiency of Agriculture's Capital Markets
Economics and Business Review, 2016, vol. 2 (16), nr 2, s. 3-17, tab., bibliogr. 39 poz.
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Rolnictwo, Efektywność rolnictwa
Agriculture, Efficiency in agriculture
This paper investigates the empirical validity of the weak-form Efficient Market Hypothesis [EMH] in global equity markets for agriculture. Authors examine whether developed agriculture markets are more efficient than emerging agriculture markets. The results of this work suggest that investors can achieve superior returns by investing in agricultural equity markets following a technical analysis and active portfolio approach. Thus this work is in great interest of investors and portfolio managers following an agriculture strategy. The study adds value to current research of market efficiency in developed as well as emerging markets. (original abstract)
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