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What are the consequences of an increase in interest rates for States?

As the inflation is high, central banks such as the FED and the ECB are about to raise their rates. One of the consequence is that the stock market is falling and in particular companies having a lot ...
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How do you compare — how much of the underlying index is 1 share of the ETF?

How much of the underlying index e.g. S&P400 Midcap 400 does 1 share of different ETF's for the same index e.g. IJH, MDY, SPMD, and IVOO constitute? In other words — Pretend I buy 1 share of ...
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Comparison of Inflation rate of particular product with world inflation rate

To check the price reasonableness of the purchased product by Procurement manager, I aim to compare the monthly inflation rate of purchased product with world inflation rate of that product and ...
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Why is a stock market crash so bad?

Many folks speak about potential stock market crashes when central banks raise interest rates. I am not a graduate economist nor do I pretend to understand it, but I am definitely curious about what'...
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Connection assets under management and net worth

Could you help me to understand the connection between assets under management and net worth? In my understanding, if a corporation has $X$ dollars Assets Under Management, and if a shareholder owns $...
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How are GME prices still so high?

My naive models of how stocks are valued are by the relationship (number of stocks that exist) * (price of stock) = total value of company. This squares intuitively with my naive models of stocks ...
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What is the purpose of the same underlying asset being listed on the same exchange in different currencies?

I see lots of variants of what appear to be the same underlying asset listed on a single exchange. One variation is currency. For example, LSE:XCX5 and LSE:XCSS. What is the purpose of this difference?...
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How can the defaults of Evergrande, or other Chinese property companies, crash stock markets worldwide — when the CCP has at least $3.4 trillion USD?

News articles harbinger that defaults like evergrande's can collapse stock markets GLOBALLY — like the USA's — not just China's. Could Evergrande cause a financial crisis? Evergrande is an enormous ...
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Mortgage-Backed Securities

I was reading about MBS's and according to my understanding, suppose the bank gives me person a loan for house. Then, the bank sells the loan to the investor/government through an agency like Freddie ...
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Volatility indexes

I want to use a volatility index as a measure of economic policy uncertainty. The index that I want to use is CBOE Volatility Index: VIX, but I don't know if I only can use this for US or if I can use ...
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How is trending coins or stocks calculated? What is the formula or metric used to define "top 10 trending coins or stocks today"?

We can see the top 10 trending coins today in Coinmarketcap, Coingecko, etc. The same goes for stocks. So, how is it calculated? They're obviously taking multiple factors into consideration - total ...
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Asking for "impersonal market" definition

By reading a paper of Han,2021, they wrote In most investment models, the influence of individual choices on others is mediated by price or by quantities traded in impersonal markets I do not fully ...
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Why is a stock chart data different from historical data?

I was analyzing a stock's volume to get the volume peaks of it when I noticed that these peaks are not the same in the stock's chart and historical data. If you analyse this chart (1 month period) ...
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Why people bought stocks in open outcry?

The human nature is to hide business strategy from business rivals, so how come stock exchange brokers brokers bought and sold shareholdings in open outcry directly in front of their rivals? This is ...
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Are there stock exchange public offerings aimed for a fixed number of buyers?

If I am not mistaken any public offering is locked after "enough" entities have become shareholders (after a certain amount of money was invested/promised). Therefore, locking a public ...
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If a stock is traded in two or more markets, can it have different prices?

If a stock is traded in two or more markets, can it have different prices (each price in each market will be different)? What may cause such a situation?
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The Amsterdam stock exchange market

The Dutch East India Company (founded in 1602) was the first joint-stock company to get a fixed capital stock and as a result, continuous trade in company stock occurred on the Amsterdam Exchange. I ...
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How does "Buffet Indicator" work when market cap(nominator) is daily & GDP(denominator) is quarterly?

Simple question about "Buffet Indicator", but more like a question regarding the economic indicators in general. Buffet Indicator = mkt cap / GDP But as stated in the title, the market cap ...
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Why emerging stock markets are where investors diversify and hedge against the country-specific uncertainty of their local stock markets?

Civilize, 2015 states that Our study focuses on emerging stock markets of countries that have a history of military rule. An investigation of these markets is valuable for investors, particularly ...
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Is there any source talking about some stock behave similar to Gamestop from 12/2020 to 2/2021?

From 12/2020 to 2/2021 is the time that the price of Gamestop stocks drastically increases. I am wondering is there any US stock that also behaves the same (incidental increase) during this time ...
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Can we 'predict' the delta of a stock? The delta of a stock is $\pm 1$ right? [closed]

A stock is like a living organism. A sparrow, say. And we are able to create an emergent-based abstraction of that sparrow, which closely approximates the sparrow itself, accounting for migration ...
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What determines the price of a stock other than supply and demand?

It is said that supply and demand determine the price of stocks but there must be other factors. For example when a company is about to expand the price will usually go up. Why? (The answer that it is ...
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Rationalising today's bond market and stock market

As of this writing, the 10-year T note yields 1.437%, on a steady 3-month downward trend (from 1.55-1.75% in recent months) while the S&P 500 is nearing all-time-highs. When these long-term bond ...
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Are short squeezes becoming more common, and if so, why?

This year I have read about short squeezes more often than any time in the past. Are short squeezes becoming more common, and if so, why?
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What is the relationship between interest rates and stock values

I have started reading the book After the music stopped and came across a section which I couldnt quite understand. This is the following passage the fundamental determinants of stock values are ...
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Black-Litterman Weights for Intersecting Asset Classes

I'm trying to implement Black-Litterman for an arbitrary selection of assets some of which might be subsets or intersect with others. For example, one portfolio might be US Equities (VTI) A global ...
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What makes a shareholder a "shareholder of record"?

In public companies filling some reports with the SEC (10K for example), there is a mention of the number of shareholders of record. Example: "As of April 20, 2021, we had approximately 40 ...
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Are return on investments "sticky"?

From what I understand in an economic downturn the wages are "sticky". This results in increased unemployment. To combat this the central bank according to monetarism lowers the interest ...
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Does investing in the stock market contribute to economic growth?

I am morally opposed to economic growth: I think that for the good of our planet we need to be shrinking human impact in pretty much every way, not increasing it. If I invest in the stock market, I ...
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Are returns from secondary capital market funds (stocks and bonds) a form of unearned income?

If I own a bunch of market funds which hold securities from secondary capital markets (stock and bond markets), am I partaking in unearned income/economic rent? Let me clarify what I my question is ...
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What is causing the difference between USA financial indexes and perceived economy?

While the world is facing economic problems since the spread of Covid-19 in Feb 2020, the main indexes in the world (S&P500 and NASDAQ100) reached and exceeded twice their maximum levels. I ...
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Relationship between stock market and exchange rate

I am looking for some references on the relationship between the stock market and the exchange rate, both from the empirical and theorical side. Is there any theory which suggests a relationship ...
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Is "technical chart analysis" for stock development something that is scientifically supported?

I assume the answer is "no" because if you can predict the development of a stock then people would get very rich. However there are so many YouTube channels and web sites where people talk ...
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Is the fundamental analysis also a self-fulfilling prophecy?

John J. Murphy in the first chapter of his book "TECHNICAL ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL MARKETS" says that concerns regarding fundamental analysis being a self-fulfilling prophecy are seldomly ...
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Do actively managed ETFs help the economy in any way, and if so, how?

Listening to the ARK Invest podcast, I've heard several times ETF managers saying that they have a positive impact on the economy because by choosing the most promising companies to invest in, they ...
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Persons with high sentiment impact factor [closed]

I'm planning an empirical study on the impact of social media on the stock market. Therefore I would like to pick out several people who could have a big impact with their posts on social media. ...
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Why would using real-time settlements have helped combat some of the chaos that occurred during the January 2021 GameStop saga?

I read on cnbc.com (mirror): Tenev also advocated for real-time settlement instead of two-day settlement in order to help combat some of the chaos that occurred during the GameStop saga. Why would ...
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Are financial markets "unique" for each "currency pair", or are they simply "translated"?

This is something I've been long wondering about. Let's say that I have statistics showing the daily closing Bitcoin price in USD since early 2009. Great. Now, if I wanted to get the daily closing ...
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What happened when the money from share issuance is spent?

Let's assume that new bank is incorporated and it issued 100 000 shares with nominal value odf $100. Let's also assume that all shares are sold for the same price, so bank now has 10 million dollars. ...
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Why does US equities valuation have the downward pressure on USD?

While making readings on economics I came across a sentence: ..large valuation gap that has opened up between US equities and the rest of the world. This could help bid up non-US equity valuations and ...
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Buying and selling in the stock market

I am a total beginner to this, but from the few online videos about how (practical) trading works, I understand that when buyers dominate the market the prices go up and when sellers dominate the ...
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How can anyone possibly predict how the price of anything (stocks, Bitcoin, fiat, etc.) will change without "insider knowledge"? [closed]

Other than the fact that all centralized (and thus "quick") exchanges require KYC/AML nonsense, making it impossible for me to have an account there, I've never dared to even try once to &...
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Where do stocks get their value from? [duplicate]

I'm aware that some companies give out dividends to their shareholders, but are there companies that don't? And if they don't, what incentivizes people to buy stocks at the IPO? Is it simply the ...
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Are equity prices and stock prices the same?

Do we use in common language "equity price" as a synonym to "stock price"?
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Why do stocks that don’t pay any dividends change price when the company does better?

I don’t understand why (non-dividend paying) stocks increase in price when a company is successful; is it just because everyone expects that everyone else will find it more valuable because the ...
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Is it possible to peg a cryptocurrency to a stock or bond index?

What if the creators of a new cryptocurrency gave out new units of the cryptocurrency in exchange for shares of a stock or bond index fund, held these shares in reserves, and allowed owners of the ...
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Cointegration in stock market between different market places

Hi guys im interested in cointegration in stock market between Brazil, USA, London, China, India, Argentina and Hong Kong. Since I want to compare each country’s index to the BR index, how do i do to ...
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Why do people think a stock should have a certain price based on the company's revenue?

Stock investment comes part and parcel with discussions about quarterly earnings, P/E ratios, and a host of other considerations designed to measure the "intrinsic value" of a stock and ...
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Why did the French not invest much in the stock market prior to 1990?

https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plan_d%27%C3%A9pargne_en_actions says: Le PEA a été créé en 1992 afin d'encourager l'investissement en bourse des particuliers, notoirement bas en France. Google ...
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How does the fed pump the stock market [closed]

I've been hearing a lot about the fed "pumping the stock market" with trillions of dollars to maintain prices. I know the fed isn't allowed to actually buy stocks so how is this money being ...

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