Financial Education & Inclusion

Risk Premium Spillovers among Stock Markets: Evidence from Higher-Order Moments

by Marinela Adriana Finta (SKBI) and Sofiane Aboura (University of Paris XIII)

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Sustainable Finance

Commodity Return Predictability: Evidence from Implied Variance, Skewness and their Risk Premia

by Marinela Adriana Finta (SKBI) and José Renato Haas Ornelas, Banco Central do Brasil)

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Financial Technology

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Data & Governance

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Other areas of Financial Economics

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Market Dynamics / Macro Economic Trends:

Fourth Quarter 2020 Survey of Professional Forecasters (November 2020)

SKBI Researcher, Thomas Lam, participated in the Fourth Quarter 2020 Survey of Professional Forecasters (November 2020)

The Survey of Professional Forecasters the oldest quarterly survey of macroeconomic forecasts in the United States. The survey began in 1968 and was conducted by the American Statistical Association and the National Bureau of Economic Research. The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia took over the survey in 1990.

The study forecasts slower near-term growth in the US but brighter outlook for employment.

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Livingston Survey (December 2020)

SKBI's Principal Researcher, Thomas Lam, participated in the latest release of the Livingston Survey (December 2020) as the only Asian voice

The Livingston Survey was started in 1946 by the late columnist Joseph Livingston. It is the oldest continuous survey of economists' expectations. It summarizes the forecasts of economists from industry, government, banking, and academia. The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia took responsibility for the survey in 1990.

Read the latest forecast

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