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Taux d’intérêt et marchés boursiers : une analyse empirique de l’intégration financière internationale

  • vladimir Borgy
  • Valérie Mignon

[eng] The authors study the dynamics of financial integration between the United States and the euro zone. We focus on price-based indicators and two types of variables : short-and long-term interest rates and stock prices. Our results show the long-term validity of uncovered interest parity for nominal short-term rates. They also indicate a growing interdependence between stock markets. Our findings corroborate the trend toward closer financial integration between the U.S. and the euro zone. [fre] L’objet de ce papier consiste en l’étude empirique de la dynamique de l’intégration financière entre les États-Unis et la zone euro. Nous nous centrons sur les indicateurs basés sur les prix et analysons le comportement de deux types de variables : les taux d'intérêt à court et long termes et les prix des actifs. Nos résultats montrent que la parité non couverte des taux d’intérêt nominaux tend à être validée et que l’interdépendance entre les marchés boursiers est grandissante. Ces résultats vont dans le sens d'une tendance croissante à l’intégration financière entre États-Unis et zone euro.

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