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Factors That Influence the Level of Stability of Functioning of the Stock Market

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  • Yachmenyova Valentyna M.

    () (The National Academy of Environmental Protection and Resort Development)

  • Vorobets Taras I.

    () (The National Academy of Environmental Protection and Resort Development)

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The article studies factors of influence upon stability of functioning of the stock market. It offers to divide factors of influence on factors of external and internal environment. It presents a multi-level structure of influence of factors upon characteristics of stability of functioning of the stock market. The following conclusions could be made in the result of the study: stability of functioning of the stock market and factors of external and internal environment together form a multi-function complex system. The degree of influence of these factors, which would form the management method, is very important today. The study shows that stability of functioning of the stock market is characterised with the quantitative and qualitative indicators, that requires special mathematical instruments, which would analyse them properly. It is important to study this further in order to develop a complex system of assessment of stability of the stock market, which could become a scientific basis for formation of the concept of the national stock market and its regional branches.

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  • Yachmenyova Valentyna M. & Vorobets Taras I., 2013. "Factors That Influence the Level of Stability of Functioning of the Stock Market," Business Inform, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics, issue 10, pages 328-336.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2013:i:10:p:328_336
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