MBAR Models: A Test of ARIMAX Modelling
AbstractThe main purpose of this paper is to provide evidence on some of the standard models of accounting earnings and returns relations mainly collected through the literature. Standard models such as earnings level and earnings changes, among others, have been investigated in this study. Models that correspond better to the data drawn from the Athens Stock Exchange have been selected. Models I, II, V, VII and IX have statistically significant coefficients of explanatory variables. In addition, model II with the MSE (minimum value of squared residuals) loss function in ARIMAX (2,0,2) is prevalent. Models that include prior earnings in various forms using levels, changes in price and changes in earnings, change in price to beginning price, lagged parameters and differentiated price models have statistically significant explanatory power.
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Volume (Year): 14 (2011)
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