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Macroeconomic variables and stock prices in emerging economies: A panel analysis

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  • Raghutla CHANDRASHEKAR

    (Central University of Tamil Nadu, India)

  • P. SAKTHIVEL

    (Sastra University, Tamil Nadu, India)

  • T. SAMPATH

    (Telangana University, India)

  • Krishna Reddy CHITTEDI

    (University of Hyderabad, Telangana, India)

Abstract

This study aim to explore the role of the macroeconomic variables and stock prices for emerging economies perspective. Further, the study examines the association between the macroeconomic variable and stock prices across the panel of India and Brazil. The study utilizes monthly data from 2000M1-2016M08. We employ various panel econometric techniques. The findings confirm that the long run relationship between variables and unidirectional causality. The results also reveal that GDP, inflation, exchange rate, interest rate and stock prices play an important role in economic development.

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  • Raghutla CHANDRASHEKAR & P. SAKTHIVEL & T. SAMPATH & Krishna Reddy CHITTEDI, 2018. "Macroeconomic variables and stock prices in emerging economies: A panel analysis," Theoretical and Applied Economics, Asociatia Generala a Economistilor din Romania / Editura Economica, vol. 0(3(616), A), pages 91-100, Autumn.
  • Handle: RePEc:agr:journl:v:3(616):y:2018:i:3(616):p:91-100
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