Journal of Business
Economic Forces and the Stock Market [статья]
Опубликовано на портале: 12-11-2004Nai-Fu Chen, Richard Roll, Stephen A. Ross Journal of Business. 1986. Vol. 59. No. 3. P. 383-403.
This paper tests whether innovations in macroeconomic variables are risks that are rewarded in the stock market. Financial theory suggests that the following macroeconomic variables should systematically affect stock market returns: the spread between long and short interest rates, expected and unexpected inflation, industrial production, and the spread between high- and low-grade bonds. We find that these sources of risk are significantly priced. Furthermore, neither the market portfolio nor aggregate consumption are priced separately. We also find that oil price risk is not separately rewarded in the stock market.