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Volatility Model for Financial Market Risk Management : An Analysis on JSX Index Return Covariance Matrix

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  • Erie Febrian

    () (Finance & Risk Management Study Group (FRMSG) FE UNPAD)

  • Aldrin Herwany

    () (Research Division, Laboratory of Management FE UNPAD)

Abstract

In measuring risk, practitioners have practiced one of the two extreme approaches for so long, i.e. historical simulation or risk metrics. Meanwhile, academicians tend to apply methods based on the latest development in financial econometrics. In this study, we try to assess one of important issues in financial econometric development that focuses on market risk measurement and management employing asset-based models, i.e. models that apply dimensional covariance matrix, which is relevant to practice world. We compare covariance matrix model with Exponential Smoothing Model and GARCH Derivation and the Associated Derivation Models, using JSX Stock price Index data in 2000-2005. The result of this study shows how applicable the observed financial econometric instrument in Financial Market Risk Management practice.

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  • Erie Febrian & Aldrin Herwany, 2009. "Volatility Model for Financial Market Risk Management : An Analysis on JSX Index Return Covariance Matrix," Working Papers in Economics and Development Studies (WoPEDS) 200907, Department of Economics, Padjadjaran University, revised Sep 2009.
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    Risk Management; Volatility Model;

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    • G0 - Financial Economics - - General

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