Chilean paper finds room to reduce risk by diversifying investment in Brics


A working paper published by the Central Bank of Chile has found that stock markets in many emerging economies are not as integrated as they could be, presenting opportunities to reduce systemic risk through more diverse investments.

Francisca Pérez, the author of Are International Market Linkages Stronger? Comparison Between 1990s and 2000s, uses statistical tests for the co-integration of stock market vectors in both developed and emerging market economies to assess the strength of

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