Extreme asymmetric volatility: Stress and aggregate asset prices
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KeywordsMarket volatility; Asymmetric volatility; Leverage effect; Volatility feedback; Market stress; Financial stability; Systemic risk; Extreme volatility; Aggregate asset prices;
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