The random walk hypothesis and the behaviour of foreign capital portfolio flows: the Brazilian stock market case
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- Benjamin Miranda Tabak, 2002. "The Random Walk Hypothesis and the Behavior of Foreign Capital Portfolio Flows: the Brazilian Stock Market Case," Working Papers Series 58, Central Bank of Brazil, Research Department.
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