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Assessing the Impacts of Oil Price Fluctuations on Stock Returns in Emerging Markets
Economic Modelling (2012)
  • Chaker Aloui
  • Duc Khuong Nguyen, ISC Paris School of Management
  • Hassen Njeh
This paper investigates the effects of oil price shocks on stock market returns in emerging countries. It differs from previous works in three main aspects: i) we distinguish three groups of countries, the largest net-oil importing countries, the moderately oil-dependent countries, and the largest net-oil exporting countries; ii) The potential influence of bullish and bearish market conditions on the causal relationship between oil and stock returns is controlled for in our analysis; iii) The empirical investigation is based on an analysis of long-term correlation and a conditional multifactor pricing model. Using data from twenty-five emerging countries, our results suggest that oil price risk is significantly priced in emerging markets, and that the oil impact is asymmetric with respect to market phases.
  • Oil shocks; Emerging market returns; Multifactor pricing model; Long-term correlations
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Chaker Aloui, Duc Khuong Nguyen and Hassen Njeh. "Assessing the Impacts of Oil Price Fluctuations on Stock Returns in Emerging Markets" Economic Modelling Vol. 29 Iss. 6 (2012)
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