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Akanksha Dubey , Shubha Chandra
2020, Vimarsh: An Endeavour to Share Knowledge
The Indian stock markets are witnessing a year that is completely filled with bewilderment. In the beginning of the year, Indian stock markets saw its maximum and then within a few months, as Covid 19 pandemic distended and the Indian economy shut down for the first time in history as did all the economies around the world; it swiftly tumbled down shifting towards its lowest in no time. However, at the moment the stock markets are mounting up once again, making record highs. The objective of this paper is to study the reasons behind the steep fall in the stock markets in India after the Pandemic outbreak, and the factors responsible for the current ascendant trend. We will also study the effect of creeping recession, as the economic activities came to a standstill due to the lockdown in the economy, on the current stock market trends. We conclude that there is always a relationship between the GDP rate and the stock market movements. Also from the analysis it is apparent that in the short run there may be a disconnection between the two, however in the long run there is always a positive correlation between GDP growth and the stock market movement.
2015, Journal of Investment and Management
Publishing India Group
In general, any one known to stock market is acquainted with the phenomenon of bull and bear phases, but whether the traders or investors put air to these phases while making a decision to buy, sell, or stay invested. The present paper attempts to identify and analyse the two most popular market phases, i.e. bull and bear, for better investment decisions with the use of Bry and Boschan Algorithm and time series data. Further, it seeks to analyse the distributional characteristics of the variances in stock returns and search evidence of asymmetries, if any, in volatility under different market conditions which may help to shed light on the bull and bear phases of Indian equity market. The study arrange for evidence that in bull markets, stock prices run far ahead of earnings and for fairly long periods of time. The paper indicates 12 bull and bear phases in the Sensex and Nifty during the sample period of 19 years with the associated factors responsible for the shift of bull and bear market phases. The results provide considerable support for the view that markets choose to ignore adverse possibilities and react with zest to favourable possibilities and market declines can partly be explained by increases in risk.
Dr. Thirumagal Pillai , Dr. Thirumagal Pillai , J. Pillai
2014, International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering
The movement of stock indices is highly sensitive to the changes in fundamentals of the economy and to the changes in expectations about future prospects. In the decade of 1990s in India, a large number of measures have been taken for economic liberalization. At the same time, vast number of steps has been taken to strengthen the stock market such as opening of the stock markets to international investors, regulatory power of SEBI, trading in derivatives, etc. These measures have resulted in significant improvements in the size and depth of stock markets in India and they are beginning to play their due role. Presently, the movement in stock market in India is viewed and analyzed carefully by large number of global players. Understanding macro dynamics of Indian stock market may be useful for policy makers, traders and investors. In this paper, an attempt has been made to explore the influential relationship between BSE Sensex and selected macroeconomic variables of India by using Regression Analysis Technique. The period of study is April 2003 to March 2013. The results show that changes in Wholesale Price Index (aproxy for Inflation) and Index of Industrial Production has a strong influence on the BSE Index.
2022, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NOVEL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
On the one hand, the stock market motivates individuals to invest in financial products and preserve money, while on the other, it makes it simple for businesses to obtain long-term funding for capital projects. However, the volatility of the stock market and its connections to economic growth have received less attention in recent economic times, which has a substantial impact on those who invest in it on a large scale. Retail investors have suffered significant wealth losses during times of acute market crashes, and this issue needs to be addressed. This study investigates whether there are long-run and short-run dynamic interactions between stock prices and GDP growth rate, which are robust to structural fractures in the cointegration vector as well as the deterministic vector, using the cointegration test and Granger causality approaches. The study also looks into the direction of causality in the event that a long/short-run correlation is found. If there is a significant correlation between stock prices and these variables and a causal linkage linking macroeconomic variables to stock prices, macroeconomic variable fluctuations can be controlled to prevent stock market crises (specifically, controlling exchange rates and interest rate movements). The government can focus on domestic economic policy to maintain the stock market throughout any financial crisis. The global bank's data for India and the Sensex were used to calculate the study's indices.
Dr. Mitesh Patel
2022, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT AND ALLIED SCIENCES (IJBMAS)
Stock market is a vital part of the Indian economy. The stock market plays a crucial role in the growth of the industry and commerce of the country that ultimately affects the economy of the country. Stock market plays important role in mobilizing savings, providing finance to corporate world and so it provides liquidity to the corporate world as well as to investors. The various macroeconomic variables such as GDP, Inflation, Exchange Rate, Gold Price, Unemployment, Interest, Monetary policy, Consumer Price Index, etc. affect to the Stock market. The present study investigated the impact of macroeconomic variables on Indian Stock Market (NSE) to test that whether or not a growth in macroeconomic variables lead to growth in stock market with respect to India. For the purpose of the study, six economic variables are chosen namely GDP, Inflation, Exchange Rate, Gold Price, Unemployment is taken as a measure for stock market performance. The study uses the data for 10 years starting from 2011 to 2020. The data is analyzed by using statistical technique such as descriptive statistics, correlation, regression analysis etc. For the purpose of study, the relationship between stock market price (NSE) as a dependent variable and all macroeconomic factors as independent variables are selected. The study concluded that there is a positive relationship between the NSE and all macroeconomic variables and there is an impact of GDP, Inflation Rate, Gold price and Exchange Rate on NSE, however, there is no impact of Unemployment Rate on NSE.
The Indian Economic Journal
The role of macroeconomic variables cannot be ignored because it plays a very important role in shaping the economy of any country, irrespective of whether it is developing, underdeveloped or developed. The macroeconomic variables were disposable income (DI), government policies (GP), inflation rate (INF), interest rate (IR), exchange rate (ER) and stock price. Monthly data of 10 years were used, that is, from April 2006 to March 2016. Analyses of augmented Dickey–Fuller test, preliminary tests, stability tests, cointegration, vector error correction model (VECM) variance decomposition analysis (VDA) and impulse response have been applied to examine the association between the selected macroeconomic variable and stock returns. All the variables are stationary at 1st difference. The results showed that the residues are normally distributed and that there is no problem of multicollinearity, heteroskedasticity and serial correlation. The results of the cointegration showed a strong lon...
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Result of this study help in exploring whether the movement of Bombay Stock Exchanges indices is the outcome of some selected macroeconomic variables or it is one of the causes of movement in those variables of the Indian economy. The study consider macroeconomic variables as Index of Industrial production (IIP), Consumer Price Index (CPI), Call Money Rate (CMR), Dollar Price (DP), Foreign Institutional Investment (FII), Crude Oil Prices (CO), Gold Price (GP) and Bombay Stock Exchanges indices in the form of SENSEX, BSE- Metals, Auto, Capital Goods, Fast Moving Consumer Goods and Consumer Durables by using monthly data that span from April, 2005 to March, 2012. More specifically, in the study we use ADF test, Correlation and Regression analysis and Granger Casually test to see the effect of macroeconomic variables on Bombay Stock Exchange Indices and vice versa (by using Granger Causality test) and found some interesting results for our study analysis.
2019, International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology
The prices of shares and other financial assets have constantly had a significant influence in the improvement and advancement of financial activities, and this has turned out to be clear ever. Macroeconomic factors show the prosperity of any economic system and determine the investment future. Macroeconomic factors influence pricing in any economy. Macroeconomic vulnerability influences stock and commodity market, which altogether decides price instability. The securities exchange is a basic stage in the money related arrangement of our nation as it assumes a major role in directing shortage area investment funds to the surplus part. The research examined the impact of certain macroeconomic factors (disposable revenues, interest rates, govt. policies, inflation and exchange rates) on the results of securities market performance in the National and Bombay stock exchanges. Thusly, the causal connection between the securities exchanges returns and chose macroeconomic factors in the NS...
The relationship between stock market and various macroeconomic variables has always been discordant. Studies indicate that stock market is influenced by changes in various macroeconomic variables. Some of which affect the stock market positively while others have an adverse impact. This article examines the impact of five macroeconomic variables i.e. Exchange Rate, Inflation, Interest Rate, Money Supply and Consumer Price Index on BSE S & P index of India. It covers a period of 60 months from October, 2014 to September, 2019. Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) is used to test the Descriptive Statistics, Correlation Matrix and Regression analysis (Goodness of Fit, Variance Inflation Factor, Coefficient of Determination and Durbin – Watson d-Statistic). Analysis results indicate that S & P BSE value has a positive correlation with all independent variables except for Interest Rate; whereas Interest Rate is seen to have a negative correlation with all variables. Money Supp...
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The relationship between inflation, interest rates, exchange rates and Indian Stock Market has been a subject to extensive research in the past decades and has aroused the interests of researchers, academics, practitioners and policy makers globally, particularly since 1990's. This research paper tries to examine the relationship of inflation, interest rates, and exchange rates with Indian stock market. Further this research paper attempts to investigate to what extent inflation along with interest rates and exchange rates affects stock market. For this purpose BSE stock index Sensex is selected. In my research, the inflation data is taken according to CPI, the interest rates are taken according to RBI and exchange rates are taken according to global exchange rates. The statics has been used in this research to analyse the data on yearly basis and to find out the overall relationship between them.
2012, NMIMS Management Review
The study investigates the effect of macroeconomic determinants on the performance of the Indian Stock Market using monthly data over the period January 1991 to December 2011 for eight macroeconomic variables, namely, Interest Rate, Inflation, Exchange Rate, Index of Industrial Production, Money Supply, Gold Price, Silver Price& Oil Price, and two stock market indices namely Sensex and S&P CNX Nifty. By applying Augmented Dickey Fuller Unit root test, Johansen Cointegration test, Granger Causality test and Vector Error Correction Model (VECM), the study found that Interest Rate is I(0); Sensex, Nifty, Exchange Rate, Index of Industrial Production, Gold Price, Silver Price and Oil Price are I (1); and Inflation andMoney Supply are I (2). It also found the long run relationshipbetweenmacroeconomic variablesand stock market indices. The study also revealed the causality run from exchange rate to stock market indices to IIP andOil Price.
2018, MPRA Paper
Publisher ijmra.us UGC Approved
Aim: Indian stock market has undergone incredible transforms since 1991, when the government has adopted liberalization and globalization policies. As a result, there is an increasing importance of the stock market from collective economy point of view. When we talk about economy then stock market has become a key driver of current market and is one of the major sources of raising resources for Indian company, thus enabling financial and economic growth. In fact, in the world, Indian stock market is one of the emerging markets. The aim of this paper is to examine effect of macroeconomic variables on stock market. because wealth of the any economy is indicated by macroeconomic variables and they decide the future of investments. In any economy price determination process is influenced by the macroeconomic variables. The improbability of macroeconomic variables influences stock and commodity market significantly causing volatility in the prices. Stock Market is an important segment of the financial system of our country as it plays a vital role in channelizing savings from deficit sector to surplus sector.
2019, Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies
The Pakistan Development Review
The objective of the study is to examine possible presence of nonlinear speculative bubbles in the Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE). Bubbles are argued to exist when there are substantial deviations of market value from the estimated fundamental values. We estimate a series of fundamental values from a four variable Vector Autoregression Model (VAR) using the main KSE100 index along with measures of world stock prices, the Pakistani exchange rate, and the Pakistani short-term interest rate. Residuals of this estimated fundamental time series are then tested for possible speculative deviations using a Hamilton regime switching test and a rescaled range Hurst coefficient test, with a further test for nonlinearity beyond the ARCH effects using the BDS statistic. For all of these, we reject the null hypotheses of the absence of speculative bubbles and nonlinearities beyond ARCH in these series. While these results suggest the possible presence of such bubbles, we note methodological limits ...
International Journal of Econometrics and Financial Management
Dr. Pramod Kumar Naik
Tapas Kumar Tripathy
2000, SSRN Electronic Journal
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To carry out changes in the growth of foreign investments has become the striking measure of economic development and is witnessing the changes in the developed countries. Following the path of developed countries, many developing countries are also permitted to inflow foreign capital into the country. India also is not far behind in this, like other developing countries India also permitted foreign investors to invest in India in 1991 under the Foreign exchange Management Act (FEMA). As a result, the inflow of foreign capital into the country is increased and becomes an important source of finance in India for the development of key economic sectors which is experienced through the stock market. But as we have seen that at the time of a downturn in the stock market, the flow of FII and FDI becomes negative which declines the economic activities and causes huge losses for the domestic investors. So the current study is an attempt to find out the behavior of macroeconomic indicators ...
Many academic researchers, financial inverters and industry analysts and practitioners have tried to paid their attention to examine the dynamics and the direction of relation between macroeconomic variables and movements of stock price. They have gone through several empirical and descriptive studies to examine the extent and the direction of effect of macroeconomic variables on stock prices and the existing relationship between the two in the contemporary scenario. It is clearly explained that increasing integration of the financial markets and implementation of various stock market reformation measures in India, the activities of the stock markets and their relationships with the macro economy have assumed to be very significant. This study is an attempt to examine the causal relationships between the share price of Group A companies and some of crucial macroeconomic variables namely gold price, crude oil price, foreign exchange reserve, political turbulence and call money rate. ...
IBMRD's Journal of Management & Research
Publishing India Group , Deepa Mangala
The relationship between stock prices and macroeconomic variables varies across countries, time periods, datasets used, and the frequency of data used. Thus, an in-depth study to reinvestigate the relationship between selected macroeconomic variables i.e. inflation rate, exchange rate, index of industrial production, gold price, money supply and yields on treasury bills, and Indian stock market for the period of April 2005 to March 2014 has been carried out. In this study Johansen's cointegration test, vector error correction model (VECM), impulse response functions (IRFs), and variance decomposition (VDCs) test have been applied. The results of Johansen cointegration test indicates a significant negative relationship between exchange rate, inflation rate, and index of industrial production with stock prices whereas there exists a significantly positive relationship of money supply and yield on treasury bills with stock prices. Vector error correction model helps to determine both short and long run causal relationship between macroeconomic variables and stock price. The results found short run causality runs from exchange rate to Nifty, Nifty to money supply, and inflation rate whereas long run causality found from Nifty to short term interest rate and money supply.
2020, IAEME PUBLICATION
The present study has been focused on the economic factors impact on the market volatility. The study has considered the NSE India base index – Nifty from the period of 2009-10 to 2019-20. The study examined the impact of select economic factors on the Nifty volatility with the help of statistical method of ARCH model. The study result indicates that the GDP influence has been found higher compared with the IIP and Inflation on the Nifty volatility. The study examined the future movement of the economic factors, which are having the significant influence on the nifty volatility with the help of ARIMA. The study result reveals that the IIP will change constantly but inflation will be expected to go downwards in the coming future. This paper will be useful to the Equity Market Investors, Fund Managers, Regulators, Government stakeholders and Academic researchers.
In any economy, changes in inflation rate influence almost all economic activities directly or indirectly. In the economic theory, it is understood that low and stable inflation is desired as a key objective of economic policy. On the contrary, high inflation is widely believed to hold back economic growth and is contrary to social justice. Thus the relationship between inflation and economic growth and relationship between inflation and corporate performances has been an interesting issue for the researchers. There is also relation between corporate fundamentals and stock prices. In this context, the intention of this study is to investigate the impact of the inflation rate on stock market in India during the period 1993 to 2013. The Johansen’s cointegration test suggests that there exist significant negative long-run co-movement between the rate of inflation and stock prices in India. The result of vector error correction model indicates that in short-run the inflation rate negatively affects the Indian stock market, and, the Granger Causality test reveals that the inflation rate causes the stock market movement in India. The variance decomposition analysis reveals that both the Indian stock markets are strongly exogenous in the sense that shocks to inflation rate explain only a small portion of the forecast variance error of the market indices. Finally, from the impulse response function analysis it is noticed that a positive shock on inflation rate has a negative and persistent effect on Indian stock markets. Keywords: Inflation Rate, Stock Market, Cointegration, Granger Causality Test JEL Classification: C32, E31, E44, O16
Global Business Review
There has been an extensive debate on the relationship between real economy and stock market performance especially in the context of emerging markets. This paper examines the causal relationships between the stock market performance and select macro economic variables in India, one of the advanced emerging markets using monthly data for the period starting from July 1997 to June 2011. We use Correlation, Factor analysis to detect the problem of Multicollinearity among the explanatory variables, ADF and PP Unit root stationarity test, Regression, ARCH test to check for heteroskedasticity, Granger Causality test to examine the short term causal relation and Johansen Co-integration test to examine the bi-variate and multi-variate long term relation. Impulse Response analysis has also been performed to check the response of stock market indicators to shocks created in the real economy with the help of graphs. Monthly index values of BSE Sensex are used as a proxy for aggregate stock re...
2017, International Journal of Economics and Management Studies
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In this article, a snapshot of the market performance during the two-year is presented and compared with the major overseas markets. A study considered a market performance of different sectors i.e. Information Technology and Banking with respect to the market. Further we analyzed that which sector is impacted most during the recession period. A number of parameters are used to capture the market performance such as daily return, Volatility of daily return, market capitalization and mutual fund activity. The period from January 2007 to November 2010 showed Indian market's march towards the highest-ever levels of market capitalization and stock indices in 2007, and, thereafter, a precipitous fall in 2008. These include strong economic fundamentals, relatively stable political climate and, hence, large foreign funds inflow. Finally, we interpreted that which sector performing good and bad at this Global recession period and which sector has performed good after the recession or we...
Muhammad Mubin , Irfan Lal
Abstract: The prime object of the study is to find the long run relationship between macroeconomic variables and prices of shares in Karachi stock exchange in Pakistan context. For this purpose the study considers the monthly data of several macroeconomic variables such as real foreign exchange rate, foreign exchange reserve, industrial production index, whole sale price index, gross fixed capital formation, and broad money M2, these variables are obtain from 1987 to 2008 period. For the purpose of finding long ...
Dr. Pon Meenakshi
Stock market plays an important role in the economy. The stock market plays a pivotal role in the growth of the industry and commerce of the country that influences the economy of the country to a great extent. The smooth functioning of stock market is important in both industry and investors point of view. It plays the most important role of supporting the growth of the industry and commerce in the country. The aim of the study is to analyse the relationship between selected macroeconomic factors and Indian stock market price. This study may help the investors in taking buying and selling decisions of securities. This study also helps the investors in taking better decision by analysing the relationship between various macroeconomic factors. For the purpose of the study, monthly data of ten macroeconomic variables are chosen. The variables chosen are Oil Price, Gold Rate, Exchange Rate and NSE. The data over the period of 2018 to 2020 is used for the study. The results would be hig...
khalid Ul Islam
2016, Islam, K. U., & Habib, M. (2016). Do macroeconomic variables impact the Indian stock market. Journal of Commerce & Accounting Research, 5(3), 10-17.
This paper is intended to study the impact of various macroeconomic variables on Indian stock market. Based on the Arbitrage Pricing Theory (APT) propounded by Ross in 1976 and various other studies, a number of macroeconomic variables including, inflation, industrial production, exchange rate, money supply, interest rate, and oil price have been identified to have a significant impact on the stock market. We have applied the multivariate extension of the classical linear regression model computed on Ordinary Least Squares method and Granger Causality test to re-establish the relationship between macroeconomic variables and stock returns over a period of 10 years from 2005 to 2015 using monthly observations. The results of this study show that only exchange rate has a significant negative impact on stock returns. The other macroeconomic variables are not significantly affecting stock returns; however, their impact is in accordance with the economic theory. The Granger Causality test reveals absence of any causal relationship between stock returns and macroeconomic variables, except in case of oil prices, where we find a unidirectional causal relationship running from stock returns to oil prices. However, the Granger Causality results should not be taken in the conventional meaning of causality, but results merely identifying precedence
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Agarwal, Harshit (2020) Investigating Indian stock market behaviour: topics on the effects of macroeconomic factors, political environment and corruption . (unpublished MPhil dissertation), University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth
The factors to which stock market reacts are many, such as economic, political and socio-cultural. In the Indian context, we identified three major factors on which further examination was necessary. These factors were economic, political and corruption.
The commerce and industry of an economy are affected by its stock market to a boundless extent and in determination of the performance of the stock market economic environment plays a crucial role. A large number of studies till date have evaluated the impact of macroeconomic factors on the stock market performance. The findings were found to be highly sensitive to the selection of period. Economic liberalisation of 1991 was the event which transformed the Indian stock market forever. But we found no study which tried to evaluate the impact of economic liberalisation on the stock market performance by evaluating the connection between macroeconomic factors and stock market performance in different phases after the economic liberalisation. This study took three different periods after 1991 and evaluated the link between domestic macroeconomic factors and stock market. These three different periods were also necessary to be studied because in all three of them the stock market of India behaved very differently. In this phase analysis, money supply and foreign institutional investments were found to be connected with the stock market in the long-run and short-run link of the stock market was found with industrial production, exchange rate, inflation rate, interest rate, crude oil prices and gold prices. Further to the phase analysis, the impact of macroeconomic factors were studied on the sectoral stock returns in India. We found no study which tried to evaluate the impact of macroeconomic factors on the sectoral stock returns of India and this part of the study was the stepping stone in this area in the context of India. Unlike the findings of other countries, in the Indian context we found similar macroeconomic factors affecting the stock returns of most of the sectors in the long-run and the short-run. Different macroeconomic factors affect the stock returns of different sectors differently according to the peculiar features of the sectors, this hypothesis was rejected to a large extent in the context of India. In this globalised world where economies and financial markets are all interconnected with each other, the macroeconomic factors of other countries are also expected to affect the domestic stock market. The studies which tried to evaluate the impact of macroeconomic factors of other countries on the Indian stock market were largely concentrated on evaluating the role of US economic factors only. This study took the economic factors of neighbouring economies, major oil exporting economies and major economies of the world and evaluated the impact of their macroeconomic factors on the stock market returns of India. The macroeconomic factors of the US and Pakistan were found to be most connected with the stock market returns of India. Moreover, as compared to the global macroeconomic factors, domestic macroeconomic factors were found to be more influential in affecting the stock market returns of India.
The actions and policies of the government play an important role in determination of the performance of the economy and the financial markets. Thus, the political environment is expected to make a significant impact on the performance of the stock market. In the context of India, the studies done in this area were largely concentrated on analysing the impact of political favouritism on the stock returns and examining the behaviour of the stock market during election times. This study evaluated on the stock market performance the impact of governments of different political parties at the centre and at the states, the impact of domestic and global political events and the impact of domestic political environment. As compared to the governments of Congress and other parties, the governments of Bhartiya Janta Party, the right-wing party of the country found to be more beneficial for the performance of the stock market of the country. The domestic events that escalated the potential of tensions with Pakistan made a bad impact on the stock market and the domestic events of elections and government changes were highly significant in affecting the stock market returns. The domestic events of major decisions taken by the government and establishment failed to show significant impact on the stock market of India. The international events concerned with terrorism, violence and civil unrest made a negative impact and the international events concerned with major financial decisions were found to be highly significant in affecting the stock market of India. Further, improved domestic political conditions were found to be helpful for improvement in the performance of the stock market. There is widespread corruption in India, all the economic activities of the country are said to be affected by corruption and it is said to be a major deterrent for the economic growth of India. Many studies are there which studied the impact of corruption on the performance of the economy in India but no study evaluated the impact of corruption on the performance of the financial markets in India. Increase in domestic corruption levels and the news of major corruption scandals left a bad impact on the performance of the stock market.
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Course: Master of Philosophy - MPhil
Date Deposited: 2020-12-16
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Also known as the study of investments, Finance is a combination of two interrelated subjects – how money is handled and the process of obtaining money. One of the reasons why postgraduate students struggle with their Finance dissertation topics is that they do not spend enough time planning it. It is important for students to be extremely careful while writing a finance dissertation as it contributes a lot to their respective degrees. This blog provides you with the best topics, a dissertation structure, and more.
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Finance dissertations, as the name implies, are pieces of writing that study a certain finance topic chosen by the student. The subjects covered include anything from the stock market to banking and risk management to healthcare finance. This dissertation gives the student academic self-assurance and personal happiness in the subject of finance. Finance writing necessitates substantial research in order to produce a compelling report.
The majority of students have no idea why finance dissertation themes are so crucial. However, put yourself in the shoes of your lecturer. You’ve already read hundreds of theses. The majority of them covered the same ground — issues that you’re already tired of hearing about. Then there’s a topic with a distinct, intriguing theme. Something that piques your interest and entices you to read more. Wouldn’t you give those pupils some extra credit? You’d do it! This is why there are so many fantastic finance dissertation topics. You can get extra points for your efforts. The topic of your paper might mean the difference between a good and a terrific grade.
It’s difficult to come up with anything unique and interesting. There are, nevertheless, ways to come up with interesting ideas. Here are a few pointers on how to locate them:
- Read a fantastic finance dissertation and find for areas where further study is needed.
- Go to the library and read a couple theses to get some ideas.
- Inquire with a writing agency about some ideas from one of their professional dissertation writers.
- In writing forums and blogs, ask for assistance. If you ask gently, people will give you some excellent suggestions.
- Look for ideas on the internet, but don’t use them exactly as they are. Make them distinctive by changing them.
- Talk to other students who are working on their dissertations and find out what other ideas they had before settling on the present topic.
- Narrow down your topic : Your financial topic should be narrowed down to a certain niche. It should concentrate on a single area, such as microfinance, microfinance, or online banking.
- Verify your facts: Finance is a topic that requires a great deal of logical analysis of statistical data. As a result, double-check facts and statistics using credible sources before using them in your paper.
- Write concisely: You should condense a financial paper into a tight, succinct work, unlike other papers with extended narrative narratives. At this length, the adage of ‘short is sweet’ theoretically applies.
- Arrange your data neatly: A report that is crammed with numbers and graphs may turn off a reader at first glance. Know how and when to utilise your data for a great financial thesis.
- Write simply: Avoid using jargon that might be confusing to a non-technical reader. When technical terminology are required, utilise accessible examples to convey them. In a finance dissertation, simplicity is king. So make good use of it.
Dissertation submission is very important to obtain a PG Degree. You are supposed to submit the work by the end of your study course, so by the last year of your degree, you may have got enough ideas and problems dealing with finance. While starting with a finance dissertation topic you should always remember that the purpose of a Finance Dissertation is to demonstrate your research ability, how you analyze specific data and come up with a conclusion. Mentioned below is a step to step guide for you to start working with:
Step 1 : Choose a relevant and interesting topic for your research
Step 2 : Discuss and receive feedback from your supervisor
Step 3 : Finalise the research methods to prove the significance of the selected topic
Step 4 : Gather the required data from relevant sources
Step 5 : Conduct the research and analyse the acquired results
Step 6 : Work on the outline of your dissertation
Step 7 : Make a draft and proofread it. Discuss with your advisors if any changes are to be made
Step 8 : Make the required corrections.
Step 9 : Draft the final dissertation
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There are so many different ways you can structure your dissertation. But the most common and universally accepted way is as follows:
- Literature review
- Analysis of the data and Significance/Implications of the acquired results
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Finance Dissertation Topics
Finance is an extensive field, you can explore a lot of areas related to finance to choose a dissertation topic. Here we’ve mentioned the best finance dissertation topics to make it easier for you:
Mentioned below are some of the topics related to the recent issues in the world:
- The negative impact of microfinance in developing countries.
- The effects of population growth on economic growth in China
- Cryptocurrency: Are we ready to digitalise the monetary world?
- Analyzing the financial statements of VISA and MasterCard
- Why do banks oppose digital currency?
- Risks and benefits associated with digital money transferring technology
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- Investing in India’s technology sector – obstacles and opportunities
- Foreign investment and its effects on economic growth in India
- The effect of corporation investments in the economic development of the community
- Comparing financial development in Asia and Europe
- Did the banks help Small Medium Enterprises to grow in India in the last 5 years?
- The Indian Economic Crisis of 1991
Best MBA Dissertation Topics
Be careful while choosing an MBA Dissertation Topic as it involves more intense study. Make sure the topic you’ve chosen remains within your field of study. We’ve listed some of the best topics you can choose for an MBA Dissertation:
- Management skills an entrepreneur need
- The place of communication for effective management in the workplace
- How technology took over management
- The impact of good leadership in an organization
- How does a strong social media presence affect a company’s marketing strategies?
- Human resource management in non-profit organizations
- The importance of employee motivation programs on productivity
- Management’s socio-cultural background and how it influences leadership relationships
- How do employment benefits impact employee and company’s productivity?
- Business team performance in multinational corporations
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- Study on Future Options in Markets in India
- Gold as an Investable Commodity in India
- Study on Impact Of Corruption On FDI Inflows In India
- The Impact Of The Money Supply On Economic Growth In India
- Capital Structure Of The Business Enterprises In Delhi NCR
- GST And Its Effect on MNC Manufacturing Companies
- Analysis of the Insurance Industry in India
- Analysis of HDFC Bank Finance
- Comparative analysis of HDFC Bank with ICICI bank
- Comparison of Market Share in Public Sector Banks VS Private Sector Banks
- The impact of online banking on the world.
- Risk factors and security issues that are inherent in online banking.
- Fraud and identity theft is accomplished via internet banking.
- Advantages and disadvantages of internet banking for consumers.
- Risk management in investment banking
- The rise of growing banking sectors in developing nations.
- Issues surrounding banking in China’s growing economy.
- The impact of the Federal Reserve on the United States and global economy
- Banking and asset-liability in management.
- The strategies to use online banking technology to attract customers.
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- Case study of the impact of industry and public knowledge on the market share index’s fluctuation
- Significance of auditing for large corporations
- Examining India’s country’s tax scheme
- What to consider when investing in financial markets?
- From an accounting perspective, risk-taking in companies and its effects
- Evaluate the differences and similarities between external and internal auditors
- Can taxation be considered a human rights policy? Analyse the problem
- What are the consequences of India’s current tax structure on individuals with a lower income?
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We’ve included a Finance Dissertation Research Example with reference to a Finance Dissertation Structure:
- The Indian Economic Crisis of 1991 – The title of your Finance Dissertation must focus on your research objective.
- Abstract – The 1991 Indian economic crisis was…………….. imports and other external factors. The abstract part must include a summary of the research problem or objective of the research, the research design and a summary of the results.
- Introduction – The introduction must reflect your research on the Indian Economic Crisis of 1991 in a way that the audience already gets to know what the research is going to include.
3.1 Background (background of the study)
3.2 Problem Statement (significance of the problem in context)
3.3 Purpose/Research Questions (What caused the Crisis, how was the crisis revived etc.)
- Review of Literature – The Review of Literature Section must include a theoretical rationale of the problem, the importance of the study, and the significance of the results.
- Methodology – The Methodology Section must include the description of the subjects, research methods used in the data collection and any limitations issues involved.
- Significance/Implications (Results of the Discussion)
*Please note that the above-mentioned structure is only for your reference to get an idea of writing a Finance Dissertation.
Choosing the right topic for your Finance dissertation to plan the work, all the above-mentioned aspects must be given equal importance. This blog has included the best dissertation topic in finance in MBA, accounting, and banking you can choose while writing a dissertation.
Finance research papers and dissertations should be prepared in a way that answers the core question while also being relevant to the remainder of the study. For example, if the dissertation’s major question is “what is the link between foreign exchange rates and the interest rates of a specific country,” the dissertation should provide suitable illustrations to help illustrate the topic. It should also go through the major and minor concerns that are relevant to this topic. Furthermore, utilise proper language to ensure that the article is readily understood by readers. The overall purpose of the project is to produce a well-written, well-researched, and well-supported dissertation.
It takes around 2 years to complete an MBA in India while 1 year to complete a full-time MBA in other countries.
A finance dissertation must be 100-300 pages long.
It takes around 5 years to obtain a Doctorate in Finance.
Hopefully, this blog assisted you in finding out your finance dissertation topics and structure for your course. If you require any assistance regarding your application process while enrolling for your further studies, our experts at Leverage Edu are just one click away. Call us anytime at 1800 572 000 for a free counselling session!
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Embarking on your dissertation adventure? Look no further! Choosing the right dissertation topic is like laying the foundation for your research journey in finance, and we're here to light up your path. In this blog, we're diving deep into why dissertation topics in finance matter so much. We've got some golden writing tips to share with you! We're also unveiling the secret recipe for structuring a stellar finance dissertation and exploring intriguing topics across various finance sub-fields. Whether you're captivated by cryptocurrency, risk management strategies, or exploring the wonders of Internet banking, microfinance, retail and commercial banking - our topic buffet will surely set your research spirit on fire!
What is a Finance Dissertation?
Finance dissertations are academic papers that delve into specific finance topics chosen by students, covering areas such as stock markets, banking, risk management, and healthcare finance. These dissertations require extensive research to create a compelling report and contribute to the student's confidence and satisfaction in the field of finance.
Why Are Finance Dissertation Topics Important?
The choice of your finance dissertation topic is essential as it will influence the course of your research. It determines the direction and scope of your study. Here are a few reasons why finance thesis topics are important:
Opting for a relevant topic ensures that your research contributes to the existing body of knowledge and addresses contemporary issues in the field of Finance. Choosing a topic relevant to the industry can make a meaningful impact and advance understanding in your chosen area.
2. Personal Interest
Selecting a topic that aligns with your interests and career goals is vital. When genuinely passionate about your research area, you are more likely to stay motivated during the dissertation process. Your interest will drive you to explore the subject thoroughly and produce high-quality work.
3. Future Opportunities
A well-chosen dissertation topic can open doors to various future opportunities. It can enhance your employability by showcasing your expertise in a specific finance area. It may lead to potential research collaborations and invitations to conferences in your field of interest.
4. Academic Supervision
Your topic choice also influences the availability of academic supervisors with expertise in your chosen area. Selecting a well-defined research area increases the likelihood of finding a supervisor to guide you effectively throughout the dissertation. Their knowledge and guidance will greatly contribute to the success of your research.
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Writing Tips for Finance Dissertation
Writing a finance dissertation can be challenging, but you can navigate the process more effectively with proper planning and organisation. Given below are some tips to assist you along the way:
1. Select a Manageable Topic
Choosing a manageable topic within the given timeframe and resources is important. Select a research area that interests you and aligns with your career goals. It will help you stay inspired throughout the dissertation process.
2. Conduct a Thorough Literature Review
A comprehensive literature review forms the backbone of your research. Dive deep into academic papers, books, and industry reports, gaining a solid understanding of your chosen area to identify research gaps and establish the significance of your study.
3. Define Clear Research Objectives
Clearly define your dissertation's research questions and objectives. It will provide a clear direction for your research and guide your data collection, analysis, and overall structure. Ensure your objectives are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART).
4. Collect and Analyse Data
Depending on your research methodology, collect and analyse relevant data to support your findings. It may involve conducting surveys, interviews, experiments, and analysing existing datasets. Choose appropriate statistical techniques and qualitative methods to derive meaningful insights from your data.
5. Structure and Organization
Pay attention to the structure and organisation of your dissertation. Follow a logical progression of chapters and sections, ensuring that each chapter contributes to the overall coherence of your study. Use headings, subheadings, and clear signposts to guide the reader through your work.
6. Proofread and Edit
Once you have completed the writing process, take the time to proofread and edit your dissertation carefully. Check for clarity, coherence, and proper grammar. Ensure that your arguments are well-supported, and eliminate any inconsistencies or repetitions. Pay attention to formatting, citation styles, and consistency in referencing throughout your dissertation.
Finance Dissertation Topics
Let us explore some exciting topics within Finance. The following list offers a variety of dissertation topics related to different sub-fields of Finance:
Dissertation topics related to Cryptocurrency
- The Impact of Regulatory Frameworks on the Volatility and Liquidity of Cryptocurrencies.
- Exploring the Factors Influencing Cryptocurrency Adoption: A Comparative Study.
- Assessing the Efficiency and Market Integration of Cryptocurrency Exchanges.
- An Analysis of the Relationship between Cryptocurrency Prices and Macroeconomic Factors.
- The Role of Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) in Financing Startups: Opportunities and Challenges.
Dissertation topics related to Risk Management
- The Effectiveness of Different Risk Management Strategies in Mitigating Financial Risks in Banking Institutions.
- The Role of Derivatives in Hedging Financial Risks: A Comparative Study.
- Analysing the Impact of Risk Management Practices on Firm Performance: A Case Study of a Specific Industry.
- The Use of Stress Testing in Evaluating Systemic Risk: Lessons from the Global Financial Crisis.
- Assessing the Relationship between Corporate Governance and Risk Management in Financial Institutions.
Dissertation topics related to Internet Banking
- Customer Adoption of Internet Banking: An Empirical Study on Factors Influencing Usage.
- Enhancing Security in Internet Banking: Exploring Biometric Authentication Technologies.
- The Impact of Mobile Banking Applications on Customer Engagement and Satisfaction.
- Evaluating the Efficiency and Effectiveness of Internet Banking Services in Emerging Markets.
- The Role of Social Media in Shaping Customer Perception and Adoption of Internet Banking.
Dissertation topics related to Microfinance
- The Impact of Microfinance on Poverty Alleviation: A Comparative Study of Different Models.
- Exploring the Role of Microfinance in Empowering Women Entrepreneurs.
- Assessing the Financial Sustainability of Microfinance Institutions in Developing Countries.
- The Effectiveness of Microfinance in Promoting Rural Development: Evidence from a Specific Region.
- Analysing the Relationship between Microfinance and Entrepreneurial Success: A Longitudinal Study.
Dissertation topics related to Retail and Commercial Banking
- The Impact of Digital Transformation on Retail and Commercial Banking: A Case Study of a Specific Bank.
- Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty in Retail Banking: An Analysis of Service Quality Dimensions.
- Analysing the Relationship between Bank Branch Expansion and Financial Performance.
- The Role of Fintech Startups in Disrupting Retail and Commercial Banking: Opportunities and Challenges.
- Assessing the Impact of Mergers and Acquisitions on the Performance of Retail and Commercial Banks.
Dissertation topics related to Alternative Investment
- The Performance and Risk Characteristics of Hedge Funds: A Comparative Analysis.
- Exploring the Role of Private Equity in Financing and Growing Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises.
- Analysing the Relationship between Real Estate Investments and Portfolio Diversification.
- The Potential of Impact Investing: Evaluating the Social and Financial Returns.
- Assessing the Risk-Return Tradeoff in Cryptocurrency Investments: A Comparative Study.
Dissertation topics related to International Affairs
- The Impact of Exchange Rate Volatility on International Trade: A Case Study of a Specific Industry.
- Analysing the Effectiveness of Capital Controls in Managing Financial Crises: Comparative Study of Different Countries.
- The Role of International Financial Institutions in Promoting Economic Development in Developing Countries.
- Evaluating the Implications of Trade Wars on Global Financial Markets.
- Assessing the Role of Central Banks in Managing Financial Stability in a Globalized Economy.
Dissertation topics related to Sustainable Finance
- The impact of sustainable investing on financial performance.
- The role of green bonds in financing climate change mitigation and adaptation.
- The development of carbon markets.
- The use of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors in investment decision-making.
- The challenges and opportunities of sustainable finance in emerging markets.
Dissertation topics related to Investment Banking
- The valuation of distressed assets.
- The pricing of derivatives.
- The risk management of financial institutions.
- The regulation of investment banks.
- The impact of technology on the investment banking industry.
Dissertation topics related to Actuarial Science
- The development of new actuarial models for pricing insurance products.
- The use of big data in actuarial analysis.
- The impact of climate change on insurance risk.
- The design of pension plans that are sustainable in the long term.
- The use of actuarial science to manage risk in other industries, such as healthcare and finance.
In this blog, we have discussed the importance of finance thesis topics and provided valuable writing tips. We have also outlined the structure of a finance dissertation and presented a list of topics within various sub-fields of Finance. We hope this blog has given you great ideas for finance dissertations. Good luck with your finance research journey!
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Before giving away a list of finance dissertation topics examples, let me give you a brief overview of what is finance. Finance can be described as the study of investments. It is a combination of two interrelated activities – how money is handled and the process of obtaining the funds required. In a brief way, […]
Before giving away a list of finance dissertation topics examples, let me give you a brief overview of what is finance.
Finance can be described as the study of investments. It is a combination of two interrelated activities - how money is handled and the process of obtaining the funds required. In a brief way, you can call it the science of money management. To operate smoothly, individuals, companies, and the government units are needed to have funds. To acquire that fund, the financial institution estimates the price of assets based on risk level involved along with the expected rate of return.
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Finance Dissertation Topics Selection Areas
Students pursuing MBA with finance as major usually find it difficult to choose dissertation topics for MBA finance. Finance is a vast field and can be attached with banking and accounting as major subjects. That is why; students also search for dissertation topics in banking and finance and dissertation topics for accounting and finance. There are so many areas you can explore to create topics for your finance dissertation. We have generated a list of areas you can choose to make some good finance dissertation topics. The list follows;
- Financial Management
- Global Finance
- Foreign Direct Investment
- Investment Banking
- Corporate Strategy
- Risk Management
- Finance Portfolios
- Share Prices
- Capital Investment
- Financial Planning
- Financial Crisis
- Banking Industry
Finance Dissertation Topics Examples List
Either you are an undergraduate student, doing your MBA, or about to start your PhD; following finance dissertation topics examples can help you to make your own dissertation topic on finance.
Cognitive moral development theory and moral maturity of accounting and finance professionals.
Cooperation and opportunism in venture capital financed companies.
Gender and development through western eyes: an analysis of microfinance as the west's solution to third world women, poverty, and neoliberalism.
A multi-factor quadratic stochastic volatility model with applications in finance and insurance.
A quantitative study describing the impact of innovation-related investment and management performance on corporate financial returns.
American venture capital in a Post-American world: the role of firm resources and capabilities in U.S. Cross-border venture capital investment.
Approaches to efficient investment in nonpoint source pollution management -- a municipal perspective.
Asset levels of service-based decision support system for municipal infrastructure investment.
Bank community development corporation investments in community economic development.
Barriers to credit and investment to minority business entrepreneurs: an investigation in the Rockford, Illinois, metropolitan statistical area.
Exploring opportunities and obstacles for foreign direct investment in Pakistan's energy sector.
The impact of Saudi economic reform on FDI (foreign direct investment).
Effects of foreign direct investment on economic growth: a case study of Nigeria.
Can microfinance institutions reach the poorest of the poor and accomplish financial sustainability at the same time?
Access to finance for SMEs in the UK: how do SMEs meet their needs for finance at the start-up stage and beyond, given their exclusion from the capital markets?
Using Derivatives for Hedging and Increasing Firms’ Value.
Identifying and Quantifying High Probability Trading Strategies in the Foreign Exchange: Key Success Factors.
Optimizing the Supply Chain Finance in Banking for Increasing the Efficiency.
Advantages and Risks Associated with Portfolio Optimization: A Case Study of United Kingdom.
The Relationship Between Investor’s Sentiment and Stock Volatility: A Case Study of China and USA.
The Concept and Outcome of Management Audit.
Effect of Financial Crisis on the Real Estate in Dubai.
Effect of Financial Crisis on the Sustainability of Home Ownership In U.K.
Do Muslims in U.K Prefer Islamic Banking Over Non-Islamic Banking?
Impact of Trade Tariffs Imposed by European Union (Foreign Economies) on Pakistan's Agriculture Exports.
Rationales for FDI and the Role of FDI in Enhancing Development in Third World Countries.
Financial Risks Faced by a Business in Modern Business Environment.
Determinants of Capital Structure and Dividend Policy.
Microfinance in the Developing Country: The Awareness and the Impacts of its Financial Services to the Low Income Group – A Case Study of Malaysia.
Advantages and Risks Linked with Portfolio Maximization.
Insurable Interest as a Requirement for the Insurance Contracts.
Influence of Industry and Firm Characteristics on the Capital Structure of Small Medium Enterprises: A Case Study of Hong Kong.
Impact of BREXIT on the Foreign Investment of United Kingdom.
Maximizing the Supply Chain Finance in Banking for Increasing the Efficiency.
Analysis of Asymmetric Information and Market Interest.
Effect of Capital Structure on the Stock Returns in the Petrochemical Industry: A Strategic Approach.
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