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Markets in which ownership stakes of firms (e.g. stocks/shares) can be traded.

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How exactly do Participatory Notes induce volatility into the economy?

I was reading up on participatory notes. Wikipedia defines these as "instruments issued by registered foreign institutional investors (FII) to overseas investors, who wish to invest in the Indian ...
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Decomposition of stock index movements

I want to decompose stock index movements. I know the estimated 12 months earnings growth rate ($g_1$), estimated long run earnings growth rate ($g_2$) and the index value. I am about to use two-...
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What is a stockholder class action for?

Sometimes, when a public company allegedly does something wrong/illegal/etc, the investors of the company organise a class action suit against the company, such as the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (...
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Have there been any structural changes in the market that would lead the indexes to be trading so high?

If you look at this graph of the SnP500: You will see that it is trading at levels higher than pre 08 or 99. What systemic structural changes in the market have led it to be trading so high? I think ...
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Exponential Moving Average smoothing factor

I learn best my reading about a concept and then trying to implement it using math and a programming language. Right now, I'm trying to implement an Exponential Moving Average indicator, but I'm ...
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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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Do (any) governments or central banks have an explicit or econometrically probable policy to “prop up” stock market prices?

This assumption (that governments [in the a broad sense of the term] prop up stock prices deliberately) has been taken as a given/assumption in another question here. Is there evidence that they ...
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What is the economic sense in multiplying standard deviation by the root of the sample size?

I found an example when a so-called volatility index is calculated by multiplication of a sample standard deviation by the ...
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what does historical volatility explain?

Let's assume we have close prices of one stock of period one year. As far as I understand historical volatility is standard deviation of log return, however I do not understand what this actually mean....
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Is it fair to compare 1950 US economy to 2016 US economy?

In the last 2 days, bond market has declined a bit. All major news outlets published articles like these: Can We Ignore the Alarm Bells the Bond Market Is Ringing? Such an event in bond market ...
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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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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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Does the Efficient Market Hypothesis explain why Cheaspeake Energy skyrocketed from \$25.95 to \$77.5 before tumbling to \$21 over 3 days?

In this question's title, I reported the daily highs for CHK for June 5th 2020 ($25.95), 8th, and 9th. CHK had been rumoured to file for Ch 11 bankruptcy since March 2020(?), and it did on June 28. ...
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Can “invisible” investing by the Chinese govt. create bubbles in the stock market?

In this link, they claim that the Chinese govt. secretly pumps money into the market as soon the market crashed due to Corona Virus. How is this different, in terms of long-term impact, from ...
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List of important business and economic news events between 1850 and 1930?

I'm collecting data on important business and economic news dates in the late 19th to early 20th century. The only list I found is this: https://www.encyclopedia.com/history/news-wires-white-papers-...
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Stock Price vs Stock Return Autocorrelation

There are a lot of paper that claim stocks follow a random walk and therefore not predictable. A basis for this statements often times a autocorrelation test of the returns. However, what if there is ...
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Where to find a list of marketplaces (NYSE,LSE) and the financial products they offer?

I'm looking for a list (csv/json/api...) of all marketplaces (New York Stock Exchange...) and the financial products that are offered on those market places. Preferrably worlwide but US and EU will ...
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Can a government invest in public companies so their dividends can finance the government

Is it possible that a country could use the money in its sovereign wealth fund to invest in different country's Stock Market and use the dividends to finance its government thus increasing spending ...
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How does a stock market work under a command economy

If a central government owns the means of production and controls business, what ramifications does that have on a stock market? Under such an economy are shares still traded as they are in a mixed/...
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Why does US jobs and inflation have an affect on European equities?

There are articles such as 'European shares crawl higher as investors eye US inflation data'. Is this just put down to Americans may have more money to spend overseas so investors speculate higher ...
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What caused the increased market trading since late 2016?

I was looking at the market (DOW) performance today and noticed an oddity: Beginning late in 2016 trading activity roughly tripled. The change was sudden and remarkably consistent. What would cause ...
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U.S. stock market 2/5/18

Why did American share prices fall sharply on February 5, 2018? What are the major contributing factors to this?
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Best texts on cash usage and share buybacks in companies

What would be a good reference for how companies utilise their cash to conduct share buybacks. I am trying to understand how share buybacks affect the valuation of a company.
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Why are share repurchases particularly accretive?

From the "Manual of Ideas"... VALUE CREATION VIA BUYBACKS Share repurchases tend to be particularly accretive in the case of companies generating cash from operations while trading below tangible ...
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In a closed system, what is the relationship, if any, between currency supply and market capitalization?

Assuming: A world in which the market value of publicly traded companies is known Any transaction to buy or sell stock of said companies can only be consummated with a new currency X, which is freely ...
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Monthly savings plans

Monthly savings plans in stocks or funds are typical investments for many people. On aggregate, these plans generate a large demand on the underlying assets, often around the end/beginning of a month. ...
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How to know when hype is reason of a stock prices increase?

I was going to ask if there are any industries or companies that would be insulated from experiencing price changes from hype but I'm assuming it always plays a role. So, the question then turns to ...
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Model for the psychology of trading?

In some cases I see otherwise stable stocks or commodities having wild swings in price on exchanges. Even though the underlying company or commodity is going along normally and there is no news that ...
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Online stock portfolio selection algorithms applicable to forex markets?

Are stock portfolio selection algorithms, like the universal portfolio algorithm, applicable to forex markets, treating each currency like a stock?
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Absolute Value of Log in stocks returns

Well, i'm interested in model a GARCH for a serie. The original serie is $y_t$ (price index of a Stock Market), which has a unit root. So i create the returns: $x_t = ln(y_t) - ln(y_{t-1})$. Now, i'm ...
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Calculating Annualized Average Return

I am currently working on a problem set in a book that asks me to compute the annualized average return for a portfolio, benchmark, and then the relative return from the annual returns reported. I ...
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World company database?

I need to find the list of companies with their respective market caps and their sectors of activities. For now I have found these two links: • https://goo.gl/E8WJzu • http://goo.gl/vuHDuF But I ...
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How is after market tradings inserted in stock market graphs?

When I open a stock market graph tool such as Metastock and enter in the intra-day periodicities, I can never found the data related to the after market operations. I know (by observation) that when ...
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EMH: Difference between market price and fundamental value?

I am confused by the relation between stocks market prices and fundamental (or intrinsic) values stated by Efficient Market Hypothesis. How these deviates regarding to efficient market theory or are ...
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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 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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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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What is the intuition for the potential loss of market makers on LS-LSMR?

What risk do liquidity providers take on when they provide liquidity to an LS-LSMR automated market maker pool? How much can they lose?
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Adjusted SHARE Price and Return calculation

I hope my queries makes sense as I am pretty new to business finance (not sure if it's appropriate to post here). To be honest, this query is related to the assignment from my school which I need to ...
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Book Value per Common Share

Does book value per common share include intangible assets? As far as I know, its formula is common stockholder's equity divided by shares outstanding? If shareholder's equity includes intangible ...
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Does the stock market usually overshoot both ways?

I've loosened Lee Spelman's contention from "always" to "usually". I pasted her biography to prove she appears qualified. Lee Spelman, managing director, is the Head of U.S. ...
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How can I tell who are major investors in an asset management group and their associated funds?

I am trying to determine which individuals/organizations are the largest investors in Netflix, but when I look at the list of top shareholders, they are all investment management groups. Investment ...
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Calculation of theoretical futures value

we form a stock index by using only two stocks in the index. One of the stocks is the Stock-A. The current selling price of the stock-A is 103 dollars and the second stock is the stock-B. The current ...
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Is there a difference between settlement price vs market delivery price or are they the same thing?

I've been learning about Futures Contracts on Khan Academy (The finance related forum on there is quite old and no one has replied to my questions in the past) and the instructor has used the term "...
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Stock price and exchange rate is correlation, but VAR model order is zero

It is well known that Japanese stock price and exchange rate(USD/JPY) is correlation, So I built a VAR model in python about stock data(Tokyo stock price index) and exchange rate(USD/JPY) and I fitted ...
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Get Annualized return from a time series of daily returns

I have a time series of data which has daily returns over 15-year time period. I understand that you get multi-period simple return using the following formula. $$1 + R_{t}(k) = \prod_{j=0}^{k-1}(1 +...
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Commonly used indicators for currency pair strength?

I am attempting to write a program in Python that monitors a single currency pair, GPB/NZD to be specific. My main focus will be to run constant calculations every 2 to 3 minutes in order to give ...
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Average Return for Commodity

Suppose I have a function of a varying values represented by randomness. A stock or price of a commodity would be a good example. What is the average return for that stock on any given interval of ...