The Co-integration of European Stock Markets after the Launch of the Euro
This article studies the international integration of the national stock markets of sixteen European countries. The international financial market is represented by two indices: a European index and a World index. The methodology of co-integration, used in this article, is the proper econometrical solution for the treatment of non-stationary series as those used in the present research. Complementarily, co-integration offers the possibility of distinguishing the long-term and the short-term interdependence, which very important when the variables are financial market indices. The empirical tests in this research have shown that both European and non European international factors are necessary to explain the international integration of the national stock markets under analysis.
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- Geert Bekaert & Campbell R. Harvey, 1994.
"Time-Varying World Market Integration,"
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4843, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
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