International asset markets remain largely segmented: Dallas Fed paper

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A Dallas Federal Reserve paper published on Friday examines the implications of a current body of research on addressing global asset pricing challenges.

Karen Lewis, the paper's author, examines three leading research papers on the topic. Lewis finds that although financial markets have become increasingly global in recent decades, the pricing of internationally traded assets continues to depend strongly upon local risk factors, leading to several observations that are difficult to explain

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