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AYA analytic report on the global macro economic outlook August 2019

2019-08-07This analytic report shines fresh light on the current global economic outlook as of August 2019.

As of Summer-Fall 2019, the current analytic report focuses on the recent hawkish-to-dovish Federal Reserve interest rate adjustments in the global context of trade, capital mobility, and stock market integration. The primary...+See More
Algorithmic system for dynamic conditional asset return prediction and fintech network platform automation

2018-10-11The current invention pertains to the novel, non-obvious, and applicable design and development an algorithmic system for dynamic conditional asset return prediction and fintech network platform automation.

The current invention pertains to the novel, non-obvious, and applicable design and development an algorithmic system for dynamic conditional asset return prediction and fintech network platform automation.+See More
Macroeconomic theory and evidence in practice

2017-08-07This book presents many useful mathematical exercises in postgraduate macroeconomic theory and practice.

This book presents many useful mathematical exercises in postgraduate macroeconomic theory and practice. Many quantitative exercises, examples, codes, and solutions draw from the collective wisdom of macroeconomic books by Acem...+See More
Econometric theory and evidence in practice

2016-08-07This book provides many useful mathematical exercises in graduate econometric theory and practice.

This book provides many useful mathematical exercises in graduate econometric theory and practice. Many quantitative exercises, examples, codes, and solutions draw from the collective wisdom of major econometric books by Greene...+See More
Asset pricing theory and empirical corporate finance

2015-08-07This ebook surveys most contemporary topics and issues in modern asset pricing model design and empirical corporate finance.

This ebook surveys most contemporary topics and issues in modern asset pricing model design and empirical corporate finance. The former focuses on fresh empirical asset pricing tests (e.g. Fama-French factor models), asset pric...+See More
Algorithmic credit portfolio segmentation

2013-06-06This research article proposes a new algorithmic model for credit portfolio segmentation.

This research article proposes a new algorithmic model for credit portfolio segmentation.+See More
Credit default swaps and interest rate innovations

2012-12-12This research article empirically shows the mysterious and inexorable nexus between credit default swap spreads and interest rate surprises.

This research article empirically shows the mysterious and inexorable nexus between credit default swap spreads and interest rate surprises.+See More
An empirical implementation of CreditGrades

2010-06-06This research article empirically implements the novel and non-obvious credit risk model CreditGrades.

This research article empirically implements the novel and non-obvious credit risk model CreditGrades.+See More
Key motifs in the home-host mantra of operational risk management

2010-03-03This research article explains the topical issues in home-host operational risk management under the Basel bank capital regime.

This research article explains the topical issues in home-host operational risk management under the new Basel bank capital framework.+See More
The cross-country evolution of corporate ownership and governance

2010-02-02This research article provides our mathematical analysis of the gradual evolution of corporate ownership concentration around the world.

This research article provides our mathematical analysis of the gradual evolution of corporate ownership concentration around the world.+See More
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Harvard macrofinance professor Robert Barro sees no good reasons for the recent sudden reversal of U.S. monetary policy normalization.
Laura Hermes

2019-09-09 20:38:00 Monday ET

Harvard macrofinance professor Robert Barro sees no good reasons for the recent sudden reversal of U.S. monetary policy normalization.

Harvard macrofinance professor Robert Barro sees no good reasons for the recent sudden reversal of U.S. monetary policy normalization. As Federal Reserve Ch

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Saudi Aramco aims to initiate its fresh IPO in December 2019.
Charlene Vos

2019-12-13 09:32:00 Friday ET

Saudi Aramco aims to initiate its fresh IPO in December 2019.

Saudi Aramco aims to initiate its fresh IPO in December 2019. Several investment banks indicate to the Saudi government that most investors may value the mi

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AYA Analytica podcast provides fresh insights into the latest stock market news, economic trends, and investment portfolio strategies.
Andy Yeh Alpha

2019-01-21 10:37:00 Monday ET

AYA Analytica podcast provides fresh insights into the latest stock market news, economic trends, and investment portfolio strategies.

Andy Yeh Alpha (AYA) AYA Analytica financial health memo (FHM) podcast channel on YouTube January 2019 In this podcast, we discuss several topical issues

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Saudi Aramco unveils the financial secrets of the most profitable corporation in the world.
Jacob Miramar

2019-04-13 14:28:00 Saturday ET

Saudi Aramco unveils the financial secrets of the most profitable corporation in the world.

Saudi Aramco unveils the financial secrets of the most profitable corporation in the world. In its recent public bond issuance prospectus, Aramco offers the

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New computer algorithms and passive mutual fund managers now run the stock market.
Joseph Corr

2019-11-17 14:43:00 Sunday ET

New computer algorithms and passive mutual fund managers now run the stock market.

New computer algorithms and passive mutual fund managers run the stock market. Morningstar suggests that the total dollar amount of passive equity assets re

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Paulson, Geithner, and Bernanke warn that people seem to have forgotten the lessons of the global financial crisis from 2008 to 2009.
Daphne Basel

2018-07-17 08:35:00 Tuesday ET

Paulson, Geithner, and Bernanke warn that people seem to have forgotten the lessons of the global financial crisis from 2008 to 2009.

Henry Paulson and Timothy Geithner (former Treasury heads) and Ben Bernanke (former Fed chairman) warn that people seem to have forgotten the lessons of the

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