A note on decoupling, recoupling and speculative bubble: some empirical evidence for Latin America
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The US subprime mortgage crisis has led to increased interest in the decoupling-recoupling hypothesis, according to which the international comovement of financial markets has strengthened since the US subprime mortgage crisis has gathered steam. We study whether the decoupling-recoupling hypothesis holds for news to speculative bubbles in equity markets. For several Latin American countries, we do not find evidence of a recoupling of speculative bubbles.
|Number of pages||9|
|Journal||Applied Financial Economics|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|