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The Distribution of Extremal Foreign Exchange Rate Returns in Extremely Large Data Sets


  • Michel M. Dacorogna,
  • Ulrich A. Muller
  • Olivier V. Pictet
  • Casper De Vries,


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  • Michel M. Dacorogna, & Ulrich A. Muller & Olivier V. Pictet & Casper De Vries,, "undated". "The Distribution of Extremal Foreign Exchange Rate Returns in Extremely Large Data Sets," Working Papers 1992-10-22, Olsen and Associates.
  • Handle: RePEc:wop:olaswp:_012

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    8. Neil, Beattie & Fillion, Jean-François, 1999. "An Intraday Analysis of the Effectiveness of Foreign Exchange Intervention," Staff Working Papers 99-4, Bank of Canada.
    9. Jean-Philippe Bouchaud & Didier Sornette & Christian Walter & Jean-Pierre Aguilar, 1998. "Taming large events: portfolio selection for strongly fluctuating assets," Science & Finance (CFM) working paper archive 500044, Science & Finance, Capital Fund Management.
    10. Y. Malevergne & V. F. Pisarenko & D. Sornette, 2003. "Empirical Distributions of Log-Returns: between the Stretched Exponential and the Power Law?," Papers physics/0305089,
    11. Peter Blum & Michel Dacorogna & Lars Jaeger, 2003. "Performance and Risk Measurement Challenges For Hedge Funds: Empirical Considerations," Risk and Insurance 0311001, EconWPA.

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