حافظه طولانی دوباره در بازار بورس چینی: بر اساس مدل طبقه GARCH و تجزیه و تحلیل چند مقیاس
|کد مقاله||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||تعداد کلمات|
|17660||2013||11 صفحه PDF||سفارش دهید||محاسبه نشده|
Publisher : Elsevier - Science Direct (الزویر - ساینس دایرکت)
Journal : Economic Modelling, Volume 31, March 2013, Pages 265–275
In the present work we propose the rescaled range analysis (R/S), modified R/S method and detrended fluctuation analysis (DFA) to investigate the long memory property of Chinese stock markets based on the conditional and actual volatility series, and show that the stock markets in China display moderate positive degree of long memory. For the robustness, we implement the multiscale analysis on dynamic changes of time-varying Hurst exponents by applying the rolling window method based on DFA. Our results reveal that APGARCH model with the superior forecasting ability captures the long memory property better than other GARCH-class models for different time scale interval. Interestingly, the time-varying Hurst exponents of the sudden “jumps” for the conditional volatility calculated by the DFA method using the APGARCH model are smaller than that of the actual volatility series, which indicates that APGARCH model may underestimate the long memory property in the Chinese stock market. Our evidences provide new perspectives for the financial market forecasting.
China has experienced tremendous change in many aspects by introducing the policy of market oriented reforms, and shifted to more market oriented economy since the 90s from central planned economy; also, Chinese stock markets (Shanghai Stock Exchange and Shenzhen Stock Exchange) have experienced a tremendous growth and development since 1990; however, they are still on the early stages. Chinese stock markets have a number of unique, idiosyncratic features, such as institutional segmentation between domestic and foreign investors, different purchasing cost, high transfer rates, and high investment risk (Otorowski, 2009). Chen et al. (2007) have revealed that the share structures of Chinese stock were classified in three categories, of which one-third was publicly traded, one-third was state-owned and the last was privately owned.1 They are common features of Chinese stock market. In order to analyze stock markets in China, we reveal some different institutional regulations between Shanghai stock market and Shenzhen stock market.2 It is worth to analyze two Chinese stock markets (Shanghai and Shenzhen) for constructing model and econometrics analysis. However, in our paper, we focus on the long memory property in the Shanghai stock market and Shenzhen stock market, instead of the specific institutional regulations; nevertheless, those institutional regulations can also provide some implications for the empirical results as considering the long memory property. Obviously, investigating the long memory property in stock markets has become more important in recent years. In current rapidly expanding literature, there has a large number researches of long memory property not only on the financial time series, but also on the volatility series based on the GARCH-class models (Cheung and Lai, 2001, DiSario et al., 2008, Greene and Fielitz, 1977, Kanellopoulou and Panas, 2008, Lo, 1991, Martens et al., 2009, Teverovsky et al., 1999 and Willinger et al., 1999); however, there is still no consensus on what type property does the series display? Recently, based on a general framework for investigating the long memory property by R/S method or modified R/S method, Peters, 1991 and Peters, 1994 employed those methods to capture the structures of financial markets, and a simple volatility model that captured the property based on DFA analysis was also presented, but failed to properly provide the scaling properties at different time horizons. Indeed, scaling properties of the time series (volatility series) is an issue worthy of study. Although volatility is now not an exactly term with widely accepted definition to capture (McAleer and Medeiros, 2008), we still introduce the daily actual volatility series (variance) calculated from the squared returns and the conditional volatility series obtained from the GARCH-class models to analyze the scaling properties. Thus, it is a good opportunity to examine the robustness of previous researches by investigating those volatility series, and also conclude which GARCH-class model can capture long memory properties accurately by comparing the conditional volatility series obtained from the GARCH-class model to those daily actual volatility series. Furthermore, our studies also have critical implications for evaluating the performance of GARCH-class models. However, the conditional volatility series is latent, and not directly observed. Consequently, we obtain the conditional volatility series from the Generalized Autoregressive Conditional Heteroskedasticity (ARCH or GARCH), firstly proposed by Engle (1982) and Bollerslev (1986). Peters (1994) showed that financial markets displayed the stylized facts of the long memory or the long-range correlation in daily volatility series. At the same time, the R/S method has become a widely accepted method to capture the long memory properties in financial markets. Due to the development of new statistics methods (Alessio et al., 2002, Beran, 1994, Carbone et al., 2004, Cont, 2001, Elder and Serletis, 2008, Mandelbrot, 1982, Mukherjee and Sarkar, 2011 and Rosenberg and Serletis, 2007), such as modified R/S method and DFA analysis, those have stimulated a large number of study in stock return from the financial markets (Assaf and Cavalcante, 2005, Barkoulas et al., 2000, Cont, 2001 and Wright, 2001). By employing the GARCH-class volatility model, they showed that long memory properties widely existed in the stock market, for example, the return series in Athens Stock market (Panas, 2001), the volatility of the daily returns of Istanbul Stock market (DiSario et al., 2008 and Kilic, 2004), the absolute, squared, and log squared returns in Brazilian stock market (Assaf and Cavalcante, 2005), and daily returns and daily volatility series on the financial future market (Elder and Serletis, 2008); and more literature detail could be found in Wei, Wang and Huang (2010) and Wang and Wu (2011). In our paper, we investigate the long memory property based on the daily actual volatility and the conditional volatility series from the high-frequency data obtained from Shenzhen and Shanghai stock markets. The contributions of our article can be summarized below. Firstly, we employ the daily actual volatility (variance) calculated from the squared returns and the conditional volatility series obtained from the GARCH-class models (GARCH, APGARCH, EGARCH and GJR) to investigate the long memory property, which renders a good opportunity to examine the robustness of previous researches by the GARCH-class model using the volatility series. Secondly, we initially applied R/S and modified R/S method to investigate the long memory property, and then use DFA method. Due to the significant advantage of concentrating the fluctuations around trend rather than a range of the time series data, DFA analysis can capture the non-stationary time series better than the R/S method. Therefore, we obtain the results to conclude which GARCH-class model can capture long memory property accurately by comparing the conditional volatility series obtained from the GARCH-class model to those daily actual volatility series. It is critically important to evaluate the performance of GARCH-class models. Our results show that the Hurst exponents by DFA method are almost around 0.63 indicating the existence of moderate degree of long memory in Chinese stock markets. Moreover the Hurst exponents are obviously larger than those obtained from R/S method, smaller than those obtained from modified R/S method. Interestingly, we also reveal that the long memory property may be overestimated by the volatility series obtained from the GARCH and GJR models, and underestimated by the volatility series obtained from the APGARCH and EGARCH models, in comparison with the actual volatility series. Thirdly, we introduce the forecasting accuracy to evaluate GARCH-class model. By considering the 1-, 5-, and 21-day out-of-sample forecasting accuracy of GARCH-class model (GARCH, APGARCH, EGARCH and GJR) based on the six loss functions, which apply bootstrap procedures of superior predictive ability (SPA) test, we reveal that APGARCH model under the MSE and QLIKE loss function captures the best volatility dynamics in those volatility series. Fourthly, applying the DFA analysis based on the best forecasting accuracy model (APGARCH model), we reveal multiscale results that those volatility series of the Chinese stock markets display the positive long memory property for different time scale interval, and also obtain the same results from the actual volatility series. Interestingly, the Hurst exponents of the sudden “jumps” for the volatility series obtained from the APGARCH model calculated by the DFA method, such as unpredictable events, are smaller than that of the actual volatility series indicating that some non-parameter GARCH-class model, such as APGARCH model, may underestimate the long memory property in the Chinese stock market. Our evidences provide new perspectives for the financial market forecasting. Our paper is organized below. In Section 2, we present the volatility model frameworks, and provide the data and preliminary analysis in Section 3, and obtain the empirical results and forecasting performance in 4 and 5. Some conclusions can be found in Section 6.
نتیجه گیری انگلیسی
In this paper, we investigate the long memory property of the conditional volatility series from Shenzhen stock market and Shanghai stock market based on the R/S method, modified R/S method and DFA analysis. Combining with multiscale analysis, we reveal that the Hurst exponents obtained by the volatility series calculated from GARCH and GJR models are larger than that obtained by the actual volatility series, and the Hurst exponents obtained by the volatility series calculated from APGARCH and EGARCH models are smaller than that obtained by the actual volatility series. Obviously, the long memory property may be overestimated by the volatility series obtained from the GARCH and GJR models, and underestimated by the volatility series obtained from the APGARCH and EGARCH models, compared to the actual conditional volatility series. Then we reevaluate the forecasting performances of GARCH-class models, and reconsider the long memory property based on the best forecasting ability model. Combining with the six loss-functions MSE, MAE, HMSE, HMAE, QLIKE, and R2LOG and employing the superior predictive ability (SPA) test, We also reveal that APGARCH model yields the highest p-value, indicating that the APGARCH model display the best volatility forecasting ability in the Chinese stock markets. For the robustness, we carry out the multiscale analysis, and then find that the small time scales of the stock market could not be forecasted accurately and APGARCH for multiscale analysis has instability of long memory property because of the unpredictable events occurred. Overall, those results obtained from multiscale analysis based on the high frequency financial series data provide some important information for the asset pricing, portfolio allocation and risk management in the financial market.