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Stockmarket comovements revisited

By Sergio Da Silva, Paulo Ceretta, Silvia Nunes and Jr Newton Da Costa


We revisit the issue of comovements of emerging and developed stockmarkets, and provide a simultaneous treatment of data for the eighties and nineties. We show that while emerging markets experience greater instability in the long term than their developed counterparts, there is room for short-term strategies to take advantage of profit opportunities in the emerging markets, especially in India.

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