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|Title: ||A reexamination of real stock returns, real interest rates, real activity, and inflation: Evidence from a large data set|
|Authors: ||Jones, Paul M.|
Wohar, Mark E.
|Issue Date: ||2017|
|Publisher: ||© The Eastern Finance Association. Published by Wiley.|
|Citation: ||JONES, P.M., OLSON, E. and WOHAR, M.E., 2017. A reexamination of real stock returns, real interest rates, real activity, and inflation: Evidence from a large data set. The Financial Review, 52(3), pp. 405–433.|
|Abstract: ||Using the informational sufficiency procedure from Forni and Gambetti (2014) along with data from McCracken and Ng (2014), we update the results of Lee (1992) and find that his Vector Autoregression (VAR) is informationally deficient. To correct this problem, we estimate a Factor Augmented VAR (FAVAR) and analyze the differences once informational deficiency is corrected with an emphasis on the relationship between real stock returns and inflation. In particular, we examine Modigliani and Cohn’s (1979) inflation illusion hypothesis, Fama’s (1983) proxy hypothesis, and the “anticipated policy hypothesis.”|
|Description: ||This paper is in closed access until 17th July 2019.|
|Version: ||Accepted for publication|
|Publisher Link: ||https://doi.org//10.1111/fire.12137|
|Appears in Collections:||Closed Access (Business School)|
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