This paper examines from various angles foreign investors' daily transactions in six emerging Asian equity markets and their relationship with local market returns and exchange rate changes over the period 1999-2006. Confirming much of the literature, we find that equity market returns matter for net equity purchases, and vice versa. In addition, we find that while currency returns tend to show little influence over foreign investors' demand for Asian equities, net equity purchases do have some explanatory power over near-term exchange rate changes. Moreover, we find that foreign investors do quite oftenmove in or out of multiple Asian markets simultaneously - but more so on the way in than on the way out. Nonetheless, during specific events of heightened market volatility, we observe some interesting deviations from the full-sample average relationships.
|Keywords:||Azija, finančni trg, trg kapitala, denarni tokovi, donos, devizni tečaji, tečajne razlike, investicije, Asia, financial market, capital market, cash flows, yield, exchange rate, rate-of-exchange losses or gains, investments|
|Work type:||Not categorized (r6)|
|Organization:||EF - Faculty of Economics|
|Publisher:||Bank for International Settlements, Monetary and Economic Department|
|Number of pages:||V, 43 str.|
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