The effect of oil price on China's exports
Canaries and vultures: A quantitative history of monetary mismanagement in Brazil
Can globalisation stop the decline in commodities' terms of trade?
Shared legacies, disparate outcomes: Why American south border cities turned the tables on crime and their Mexican sisters did not
BAD taxation: Disintermediation and illiquidity in a bank account debits tax model
A practical log-linear aggregation method with examples: Heterogeneous income growth in the USA
Are European Stock Markets Influencing Latin American Stock Markets?
In this study, we examine the response of Latin American stock markets to movements in European stock markets. Our results vary depending on the openness of the country in terms of international trade. We find evidence that Latin American stock markets are affected by Spanish stock market. Additionally, during the second and third-periods (1995 to 1998 and 1999 to 2004) Spain appears to have much stronger ties (such as more trade) with Brazil and Chile, and this might explain why Brazil and Chile are affected from Spain and not from the other European markets. This study uncovers two important findings. First, Spain has an effect on Latin American markets but these responses are not homogeneous across markets. Second, the magnitude of Spain’s influence is different in each of the three sub-periods under study.