Modeling Financial Time Series Based on a Market Microstructure Model with Leverage Effect

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Yanhui Xi; Hui Peng; Yemei Qin;
(2016)

The basic market microstructure model specifies that the price/return innovation and the volatility innovation are independent Gaussian white noise processes. However, the financial leverage effect has been found to be statistically significant in many financial time se... View more
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