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Title: The impact of regime-switching behaviour of price volatility on efficiency of the US sovereign debt market
Authors: Masood, Omar
Aktan, Bora
Gavurová, Beata
Fakhry, Bachar
Tvaronavičienė, Manuela
Martinkutė-Kaulienė, Raimonda
Keywords: Price volatility
Regime-switching behaviour
witching- autoregressive conditional heteroskedasticity (sW aRch)
Sovereign debt market
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Routledge-Taylor & Francis
Citation: Masood, O.; Aktan, B.; Gavurová, B.; Fakhry, B.; Tvaronavičienė, M.; Martinkutė-Kaulienė, R. 2017. The impact of regime-switching behaviour of price volatility on efficiency of the US sovereign debt market, Economic Research-Ekonomska Istraživanja 30(1): 1865–1881
Series/Report no.: 30;1
Abstract: This article focuses on the asset price volatility at the stock exchange that result from the regime switching behaviour in the market. This study is devoted to the question about how the asset price volatility affects the US sovereign debt market. The efficient market hypothesis has been a base for the asset pricing. This hypothesis is discussed in this study. The review of the literature reveals nuances of behavioural finance theory, and allows us to better understand the regime switching behaviour in the market. The object of empirical study is the US sovereign debt market. We use the Markov Regime-Switching ARCH (SWARCH) model to analyse data. The results show that there is high volatility regime in both the 2012 and 2017 bonds US market, which significantly affects bond prices.
URI: http://dspace.vgtu.lt/handle/1/3692
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