2020
DOI: 10.4236/ajibm.2020.102027
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Abstract: We employ the framework of (Antonakakis & Gabauer, 2017) to study the nature of the volatility transmission among stocks, bonds, oil and gold over the past 100 years (1915-2015). The results indicate that asset market linkages and the role of volatility transmitter or receiver vary considerably over time. We observe a stronger net volatility transmitter of crude oil during the past 100 years and gold acts as a net volatility transmitter only before the 1970s. Moreover, stock is generally the most connected ass… Show more

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