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Is Money Neutral In Stock Market? The Case of Malaysia

By Puah Chin-Hong, Habibullah Muzafar Shah and Liew Venus Khim-Sen


The objective of this study is to examine whether the notion of monetary neutrality hold in Malaysian stock market. Our findings indicate that there is considerable evidence against the long-run neutrality (LRN) of money in Malaysia’s stock market. The important implication is that the stock market is inefficient with respect to money supply. Agents might have the opportunity to gain excess profit from the stock market using the information on changes in the stock of money to predict the movements in stock indices.

Topics: E50 - General, C30 - General, G10 - General
Year: 2009
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