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Survey expectations of returns and asset pricing puzzles

Subject

Finance

Publishing details

IFA Working Paper

Authors / Editors

Koijen R;Schmeling M;Vrugt E

Publication Year

2015

Abstract

Survey expectations of returns negatively predict future returns both in the cross section of countries and in the time series in three major asset classes: global equities, currencies, and global fixed income. While past returns and survey expectations of economic growth explain some of the variation in survey expectations of returns, the residual variation in survey expectations of returns also predicts future returns in all three asset classes. We find that the variation in expected returns that is related to survey expectations of returns is positively correlated with the amount of excess volatility across international equity markets.

Keywords

Surveys; Expected returns; Equities; Fixed income; Currencies; Carry; Momentum; Value

Series

IFA Working Paper

Available on ECCH

No


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