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“…Any form of crisis increases uncertainty in all markets and people react by reducing investment in risky assets further making the markets more bearish. This has been documented in many recent studies, which found that the COVID-19 pandemic has increased financial market volatility and reduced investment (Lyócsa and Molnár, 2020;Narayan, Gong and Ahmed, 2020;Narayan, Devpura and Wang, 2020;Erdem, 2020;Bai et al, 2020, Ali et al, 2020Ashraf, 2020;Goodell, 2020;Zaremba et al, 2020;Sansa, 2020;Dai et al, 2020;Sha and Sharma, 2020).…”
Section: Review Of Literaturementioning
confidence: 79%
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“…Any form of crisis increases uncertainty in all markets and people react by reducing investment in risky assets further making the markets more bearish. This has been documented in many recent studies, which found that the COVID-19 pandemic has increased financial market volatility and reduced investment (Lyócsa and Molnár, 2020;Narayan, Gong and Ahmed, 2020;Narayan, Devpura and Wang, 2020;Erdem, 2020;Bai et al, 2020, Ali et al, 2020Ashraf, 2020;Goodell, 2020;Zaremba et al, 2020;Sansa, 2020;Dai et al, 2020;Sha and Sharma, 2020).…”
Section: Review Of Literaturementioning
confidence: 79%
“…Phan and Narayan (2020) argued that, stock markets over-react when there is uncertainty like during the pandemic, but as more information becomes available, the market corrects itself. Lyócsa and Molnár (2020) found a negative relationship between google searches and realised stock volatility of the S&P 500 index for the period from November 2019 to May 2020, by estimating a non-linear autoregressive model, where the market uncertainty was also found to increase with increase in coronavirus related search words. What makes COVID-19 different from previous pandemics, like the 1918 Spanish Flu, is its greater internet and media coverage.…”
Section: Review Of Literaturementioning
confidence: 98%
“… Ashraf (2020) concludes that the stock market returns continue to decline as the number of confirmed cases increase. Lyócsa and Molnár (2020) show that the autocorrelation of the S&P 500 index returns increased in magnitude and remained negative in periods of extreme market volatility and when attention to the COVID-19 increased.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 92%
“…The global economy suffered significant losses because of COVID-19. As a result, ways to cope with the pandemic's effect on the global economy have been a popular subject in recent months (Uddin et al, 2021;Engelhardt et al, 2021;Lyócsa & Molnár, 2020).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%