Patterns of Currency Co-movement: Changes in the Impact of Global Currencies

Małgorzata Doman , Ryszard Doman

Abstract

In the paper, we analyze the pattern of currency co-movement and document the impact of global currencies (USD, EUR, GBP, JPY) on selected minor ones. The investigation of linkages in the currency market is more complicated than it is in the case of capital markets. The reason for this is that the analysis of co-movement between two currencies requires the consideration of exchange rates which are always calculated against a third currency. The choice of this third currency certainly influences the results of comparison. There prevails an opinion that the pattern of the co-movement in the currency market is significantly driven by the relative influence of the global currencies, mostly the US dollar and the euro, but to some degree also by the British pound and the Japanese yen. In the paper, we examine the dynamics of strength and areas of this influence in the global currency market during the period 2011-2018. We pay special attention to the changes in the pattern caused by the European debt crisis and the UK decision about Brexit. The dynamics of the linkages is modeled by means of Markov regime switching copula models, and the strength of the linkages is described using dynamic Spearman’s rho coefficients and the dynamic coefficients of tail dependence.
Author Małgorzata Doman (WIiGE / KMS)
Małgorzata Doman,,
- Department of Applied Mathematics
, Ryszard Doman - Adam Mickiewicz University (UAM)
Ryszard Doman,,
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Pages94-101
Publication size in sheets0.5
Book Nešleha Josef, Hampl Filip, Svoboda Miroslav (eds.): European Financial Systems 2018: Proceedings of the 15th International Scientific Conference, 2018, Masaryk University, ISBN 978-80-210-8981-5, [ 978-80-210-8980-8], 866 p.
Keywords in Englishexchange rates, global currencies, minor currencies, linkages, copula, Markov regime switching, tail dependence
URL https://is.muni.cz/do/econ/sborniky/2018/Proceedings_finalni_verze_September_3.pdf
Languageen angielski
Score (nominal)15
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ScoreMinisterial score = 15.0, 11-03-2020, ChapterFromConference
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