تاثیر بحران مالی آسیا بر بازده بازار ارز: مورد کشورهای شرق آسیا
|کد مقاله||سال انتشار||تعداد صفحات مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی|
|15010||2003||17 صفحه PDF||سفارش دهید|
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Publisher : Elsevier - Science Direct (الزویر - ساینس دایرکت)
Journal : Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, Volume 11, Issue 4, September 2003, Pages 509–525
This paper investigates whether the Asian financial crisis in the second half of 1997 affected the foreign exchange market efficiency in four Asian countries hit hard by the crisis: Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and Korea. We find that empirical evidence based on the bivariate and multivariate cointegration estimations using the high-frequency data from January 1996 to February 2001 is mostly consistent with the across-country efficient market hypothesis in the Asian foreign exchange markets during the whole sample period except the short period immediately after the July 1997 crisis. Within-country market efficiency also appears to have become weaker immediately after the crisis than before the crisis, but market efficiency was recovered quickly, evidenced by the regained cointegrating relationship for the pairs of the spot-forward exchange rates in the Asian countries. The findings of the threshold effects in the forward market equation and asymmetrical responses of the spot rate to the forward spread imply that there has been a strong force of recovering new equilibrium exchange rate levels in the Asian foreign exchange markets once the rates have been disturbed, especially when their currencies are significantly undervalued compared to the rationally expected level of exchange rates.
This paper examines market efficiency of the Asian foreign exchange markets during the recent years of 1996 through early 2001 by applying the bivariate and multivariate cointegration estimations to the high-frequency (daily) data. The data covers forward and spot exchange rates of the Asian currencies during the period from January 1, 1996 to February 28, 2001: the Thai bhat, the Malaysian ringgit, the Indonesian rupiah, and the Korean won. In particular, we investigate whether the Asian financial crisis in the second half of 1997 affected the long-run relations of the pairs of spot-forward rates in each country and those of cross-country exchange rates in the Asia Pacific region. The foreign exchange market efficiency across countries in the global market context has been tested by many researchers applying the concept of cointegration to a number of foreign exchange rates. The presence of cointegration among different exchange rates implies that it is possible to predict one market from another, which violates one of the main tenets of the efficient market hypothesis Granger, 1986, MacDonald and Taylor, 1989, Dwyer and Wallace, 1992 and Engle, 1996. Many studies that conducted foreign exchange market efficiency tests using various forms of cointegration techniques have reported mixed results. Hakkio and Rush (1989) and Baillie and Bollerslev, 1989 and Baillie and Bollerslev, 1994, for example, found that exchange rates across countries were cointegrated and suggested that foreign exchange markets might not be characterized by the efficient market hypothesis. Other studies, however, have reported different results. Rapp and Sharma (1999), for example, reported that there was no cointegrating vector on a bilateral basis between any of the two exchange rates in G-7 nations, providing evidence in support of the efficient market hypothesis. These mixed results have also conflicted with the empirical finding of a robust cointegration relation between the forward rate and the corresponding future spot rate in the same country, providing further evidence of market efficiency Crower, 1994, Diebold et al., 1994 and Luintel and Paudyal, 1998. The mixed and conflicting results on the existence of cointegrating relationships in the literature have been ascribed to alternative testing strategies, the choice of the lag length in the vector autoregression estimation, different data sets, and different frequencies of the data (for example, Sephton and Larsen, 1991, Caporale and Pittis, 1998 and Luintel and Paudyal, 1998). The major foreign exchange market policy coordinations, such as the Plaza Agreement (1985) and the Louvre Accord (1987), were also found to have affected the cointegration relationships, and thereby market efficiency of the major foreign exchange markets in the G-7 nations (Jeon and Lee, 2002). This paper extends the literature by presenting empirical evidence of the influence of the 1997 Asian financial crisis on foreign exchange market efficiency in the selected Asian countries hardest hit by the crisis. We examine whether or not the 1997 Asian currency/financial crisis has influenced the bilateral (within country) and multilateral (across country) cointegration relationships among forward and spot exchange rates, and thereby market efficiency of the Asian foreign exchange markets. Due to the possibility of the system shift around July 1997, when the Asian financial crisis erupted starting in the Thai foreign exchange market, we also conducted estimations for various sub-sample periods and compared the results between the pre-crisis period and the post-crisis period. The sub-sample period estimations will assist us in investigating the persistence of the impact of the 1997 crisis on the long-run relations among exchange rates and market efficiency in the Asian foreign exchange markets. We also explore the possibility that a threshold cointegration model provides a better description of long-run equilibrium relationships between spot and forward exchange rates in the 1997 crisis-stricken Asian countries than traditional cointegration models. The threshold cointegration model utilizes a vector error correction model (VECM) with a threshold effect in the error-correction term, developed by Hansen and Seo (2002). The paper will also investigate the possibility of structural change in the spot and forward rate relationship by applying stability tests (Hansen, 1992). When the structural shifts are confirmed, the exact break points will be identified in each of the Asian foreign exchange markets. The pattern of the spot exchange rate adjustments toward long-run equilibrium levels will also be examined using the error correction model specifications based on threshold cointegration. This paper is organized as follows. Section 2 describes the data and methodology. Section 3 reports the empirical results of the tests for across-country efficiency and within-country efficiency on the Asian foreign exchange markets and for the impact of the 1997 Asian currency/financial crises on market efficiency. The last section concludes the paper.
نتیجه گیری انگلیسی
This paper investigated the validity of the efficiency market hypothesis in the Asian foreign exchange markets during the recent period of January 1996 through February 2001 by applying the concept of cointegration to the daily data of the spot and forward rates in four Asian countries, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and Korea. This study also examined whether or not the Asian currency crisis in the second half of 1997 affected foreign exchange market efficiency in the four crisis-stricken countries. The major findings of our study are summarized as follows. First, empirical evidence based on the bivariate and multivariate cointegrations is mostly consistent with the efficient market hypothesis in the Asian foreign exchange markets except the brief period immediately after the July 1997 crisis. Second, the Asian financial crisis has affected across-country market efficiency by introducing common stochastic trends in the system of the pair or multi-country foreign exchange markets during the post-crisis period. However, the market inefficiency did not last long. Third, the within-country market efficiency also became weaker immediately after the crisis than before, evidenced by exhibiting weaker cointegration relations between forward rates and corresponding spot rates of the Asian currencies. Finally, using the stability tests of the fully modified (FM) estimators of the forward market equation, this paper provides statistical evidence of the build-up of the instability in the spot-forward rate relationship in the East Asian countries during the 1997 Asian financial crisis period. This finding implies that there had been a temporary structural shift in the system of foreign exchange markets in the region around the 1997 Asian financial crisis before the Asian foreign exchange markets restored the stability during the post-crisis period. The pattern of asymmetrical adjustment processes toward new long-run equilibrium levels of the exchange rate was found in the Asian currency markets. The adjustment processes were shown to have a strong force of convergence, especially when their currencies were significantly undervalued compared to the rationally expected level of exchange rates. The findings of the threshold effects in the forward market equation and asymmetrical responses of the spot exchange rate to the forward spread imply that there has been a strong force of regaining new equilibrium exchange rate levels in the Asian foreign exchange markets during the period of market turmoil and volatile currency values, experienced in the 1997 Asian currency crisis. This finding of this study calls for further research to identify underlying specific forces for structural change and the threshold effects in the cointegration relationships among the Asia-Pacific foreign exchange markets during recent years. The swift self-restoring mechanisms of market stability and asymmetrical adjustment processes toward the long-run equilibrium level of the exchange rate which are documented in this paper seem to provide an encouraging signal to the recent effort of enhancing regional financial cooperation among the East and Southeast Asian countries (Jeon, 2002).