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Nexus Amidst Asian Continent Stock Exchange Indices


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This paper investigates the co movements between the Asian countries stock indices. The study aims to explore the long run relationship between the stock market indices. The researcher has used daily closing price of the index for the period of April 2003 to March 2016. The sample area is Asian continent countries such as china, India, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Russia and Singapore. All the data are used in the raw to found the ADF at first order difference. The co integration is used to find the relationship among the stock indices. Granger causality is used to analyse the causal effect on the stock market indices.

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Buying, Closing Price, ASF, Co-Integration, Stock Indices.
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Authors

S. Rajamohan
Alagappa Institute of Management, Alagappa University, Karaikudi-630003, India
G. Arivalagan
Alagappa Institute of Management, Alagappa University, Karaikudi-630003, India

Abstract


This paper investigates the co movements between the Asian countries stock indices. The study aims to explore the long run relationship between the stock market indices. The researcher has used daily closing price of the index for the period of April 2003 to March 2016. The sample area is Asian continent countries such as china, India, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Russia and Singapore. All the data are used in the raw to found the ADF at first order difference. The co integration is used to find the relationship among the stock indices. Granger causality is used to analyse the causal effect on the stock market indices.

Keywords


Buying, Closing Price, ASF, Co-Integration, Stock Indices.

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