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By Stavros Degiannakis, Christos Floros
The international monetary main issue has reopened dialogue surrounding using acceptable theoretical monetary frameworks to mirror the present financial system. there's a want for extra refined analytical ideas which take into consideration present quantitative adjustments and extraordinary turbulence within the monetary markets.
This booklet offers a complete advisor to the quantitative research of excessive frequency monetary info within the gentle of present occasions and modern matters, utilizing the most recent empirical study and conception. It highlights and explains the shortcomings of theoretical frameworks and gives an evidence of high-frequency concept, emphasising ways that to significantly follow this data inside of a monetary context.
Modelling and Forecasting excessive Frequency monetary Data combines conventional and up-to-date theories and applies them to real-world monetary industry events. it will likely be a important and available source for someone wishing to appreciate quantitative research and modelling in present monetary markets.
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