Bauwens, Luc, Pohlmeier, Winfried, Veredas, David (Eds.)
Parts of the papers have been first published in "Empirical Economics", Vol. 30, No. 4, 2006
2008, VI, 312 p.
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Presents cutting-edge developments in high frequency financial econometrics
Sheds light on some of the most pressing open questions in the analysis of high frequency data
Spans a diverse range of topics, including market microstructure, tick-by-tick data, bond and foreign exchange markets, and large dimensional volatility modeling
This exciting volume presents cutting-edge developments in high frequency financial econometrics, spanning a diverse range of topics: market microstructure, tick-by-tick data, bond and foreign exchange markets and large dimensional volatility modelling. The chapters on market microstructure deal with liquidity, asymmetries of information, and limit order aggressiveness in pure limit order book markets. The chapters on tick-by-tick data present statistical techniques for the analysis of the discrete nature of price movements, the intraday seasonal patterns of financial durations, and the joint probability law of prices, volume and durations. Bond markets are brought into focus through the analysis of macroeconomic announcements in the future bond market as a function of the business cycle. Exchange markets are examined from two perspectives: the study of the impact of information arrival on exchange rate volatility and the uncovering of chartist patterns in the euro/dollar exchange rate. Last, dynamic modelling of large dimensional covariance matrices is also presented. Shedding light on some of the most relevant open questions in the analysis of high frequency data, this volume will be of interest to graduate students, researchers and industry professionals.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Finance - High Frequency Finance - Market Microstructure - Monte Carlo Simulation - Simulation - count data - dynamics - econometrics - futures - liquidity - modeling - trading - volatility