The factors can be GNP, inflation, interest rate of the systematic risk. Quite different from the CAPM, we can see from the equation that the APT has many betas respect to factors of systematic risk. However, we have to estimate only one beta in CAPM. And it can be shown clearly by the following equation: R=RF+ β×(RM-RF) The β in CAPM is a parameter which plays an important role in modern finance as a means to estimate the risk of assets. Given the definition of beta in the book of Modern Financial Management,we know that the beta here means the responsiveness of the security’s r... ... middle of paper ... ..., The Journal of finance, 51, pp.
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Thus hedging is an effective method through which the firm may be able to cover its exposure and it may increase value of the firm also although the topic relating to hedging and its impact on value is of intense debate among various thinkers. Smith and Stulz (1985) in their extensive research have shown that due to taking advantage of interests costs, the firm may gain from hedging. Eiteman et al (2003) contend that the main advantage of hedging is that it will cover exposure of the firm towards fluctuations in exchange rates. This assignment is an effort by us to show the advantages hedging can have on coverage of foreign exchange exposure for the firm. The firms in the current scenario make use of various methods to hedge their payables as well as receivables.
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For example, the discovery of seasonalities that show us that there are timeframes in which the market performes better than in others. Among that other anomalies of the stock market are reviewed and their applicability to the thesis of the market efficiency hypothesis will be examined. The last section of the paper deals with the blind spots the EMH and tries to give answers where the shortcomings of the model can be discovered in analysing the human behaviour. 2 The efficient market hypothesis 2.1 Th... ... middle of paper ... ...hodological Suggestions”, Journal of Finance, 44, pp. 1-10.
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