Short-term and long-term Interconnectedness of stock returns in Western Europe and the global market

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Panda, Ajaya Kumar; Nanda, Swagatika;

Background: The present study examines the short term dynamics and long term equilibrium relationship among the stock markets of 17 countries in Western Europe as well as the world market, using time series techniques. Methods: Weekly returns of market benchmark indices... View more
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