Nonlinear modelling of high frequency financial time series



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Subjects:

  • Finance -- Econometric models.,
  • Time-series analysis.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Christian Dunis and Bin Zhou.
SeriesSeries in financial economics and quantitative analysis
ContributionsDunis, Christian., Zhou, Bin, 1956-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHG173 .N66 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxi, 300 p. :
Number of Pages300
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL697180M
ISBN 100471974641
LC Control Number97044713

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Part I: Descriptive Analysis of High Frequency Financial Data with S-PLUS. Eric Zivot∗ July 4, 1Introduction High-frequency financial data are observations on financial variables taken daily or at a finer time scale, and are often irregularly spaced over time.

Nonlinear Time Series Analysis of Economic and Financial Data provides an examination of the flourishing interest that has developed in this area over the past decade. The constant theme throughout this work is that standard linear time series tools leave unexamined and unexploited economically significant features in frequently used data sets.

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We describe some applications of such models and point to some open problems Chapter three surveys time series concepts used throughout the book. Chapters four through eight cover a variety of topics in the modeling of univariate financial time series, including testing for unit roots, extreme value theory, time series regression models, GARCH models of volatility, and long memory models.

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This article considers nonlinear forecasting models, such as switching-regime models. These models are typically “small” compared to vector autoregressive and factor models, being either univariate or single-equation models, but tend to nest a linear relationship and so invite an assessment of whether allowing for nonlinearity improves forecast accuracy.

Use of High-Frequency Data, Use of Daily Open, High, Low, and Close Prices, Kurtosis of GARCH Models, Appendix: Some RATS Programs for Estimating Volatility Models, Exercises, References, 4. Nonlinear Models and Their Applications Nonlinear Models, Bilinear Model, Downloadable. The current work undertakes an overview of the forecasting volatility with high frequency data topic, attempting to answer to the fundamental latency problem of return volatility.

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