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  1. THE STOCK MARKET AND THE MONEY SUPPLY Minhnhat Ho

  2. LITERATUREREVIEW • 1971 – Homa, Kenneth and Jaffee, Dwight • “The Supply of Money and Common Stock Prices” • Evaluate usefulness of relationship as forecasting tool • Stock price determined by growth rate of dividends (positively related to money supply), riskless interest rate and risk premium (negatively related) • Overall, average level of stock prices is positively related • Used S&P500 along with money supply and growth in forecast model; found significant relationship

  3. 1972 – Hamburger and Kochin • “Money and Stock Prices” • 1974 – Rozeff • “Money and Stock Prices” • Both papers found link between money supply and stock price level, also inferred monetary changes lead stock prices • 1974 – Cooper • “Efficient Capital Markets and the Quantity Theory of Money” – • Stock returns lead money supply changes, not lag as previously thought

  4. 1977 – Rogalski and Vinso • “Stock Returns, Money Supply and the Direction of Causality” • Found problems in previous papers • Money supply data • Stock price series • Information lag • Reinvestigate relationship between money supply and stock prices and establish their dependence • Find direction of causality

  5. Conclusions: • Rate of growth of money supply is incorporated in returns • Stock market efficiency theory holds with respect to monetary information • Causality goes from stock prices to money supply • Propose bidirectional theory of causality (confirmed in 1988 by Hashemzadeh and Taylor) • Change in monetary supply has direct impact on returns from common stocks

  6. 1977 – Kraft, J. and Kraft, A • “Determinants of Common Stock Prices: A time Series Analysis” • Test causal relationship between stock prices and money supply, rate of change of money supply, corporate interest rate , measure of risk • Conclusions: • No causal relationship between money supply, change in money supply, Moody’s AAA corporate bond rate and common stock prices • Further evidence for market efficiency hypothesis (past and current movements in money supply does not influence stock prices)

  7. 1982 – Sorensen, Eric • “Rational Expectations and the Impact of Money upon Stock Prices” • Hypothesized unanticipated change in monetary aggregates have a more dramatic effect on the stock market than the anticipated changes • Results: • Market does not react abnormally to a large percentage of monetary activity either anticipated or unanticipated • Current and future changes in monetary aggregates causes large abnormal stock price returns

  8. 2001 – Muradoglu and Metin • “Is there a long run relationship between stock returns and monetary variables: evidence from an emerging market” • Studied the Turkish stock market, Istanbul Securities Exchange since it’s inception in 1986 • Included exchange rate of several developed countries as independent variable • Conclusions: more mature markets are less influenced by monetary expansion and interest rate

  9. PLAN • Investigate the relationship between common stock market price and money supply using the following time series:

  10. RESULTS

  11. CONCLUSIONS • Money aggregate is not a significant variable in determining the price of common stocks • The corporate bond rate is positively significant, while long term government securities rate is negatively significant • There is no lead or lag effect from the monetary supply