Cross-autocorrelation in the New Zealand stock market
AbstractWe examine the New Zealand stock market for evidence of cross-autocorrelation. We find some evidence of both Lo and MacKinlay's (1990) size effect and Chordia and Swaminathan's (2000) volume effect. Moreover, in the size portfolios, the results of cross-autocorrelations are consistent with the findings of Li and Xu (2002) published in Applied Economics Letters. In the size-volume portfolios, this study reveals a special characteristic of the New Zealand stock market that lagged returns of a larger-volume portfolio may not always lead returns of a smaller-volume portfolio.
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Volume (Year): 17 (2007)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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- Robert Rutledge & Zhaohui Zhang & Khondkar Karim, 2008. "Is There a Size Effect in the Pricing of Stocks in the Chinese Stock Markets?: The Case of Bull Versus Bear Markets," Asia-Pacific Financial Markets, Springer, vol. 15(2), pages 117-133, June.
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