Co-integration of Karachi Stock Exchange with major South Asian Stock Exchanges

Salleh Nawaz Khan, Mohamad Saad Aslam

Abstract


International cross  listing have   amplified  the interest of  academics   and  investors  to the subject  of  co movement among  the  stock  markets of  the world . This  study  investigates
the co integration of  Pakistan stock exchange (KSE 100 index) with  major stock exchanges of south Asia . The results reveals that there is no co integration  of  Pakistan’s stock  market  (KSE100  index)  with china and  Japan stock markets.  However   there  is co integration of Pakistan’s stock market (KSE 100 index) with the stock market of India, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. 


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijafr.v4i1.5454

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