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The common measure of inflation is the inflation rate , the annualized percentage change in a general price index , usually the consumer price index , over time.
Atta, K. Jefferis, I. The dominant influence of South African goods on the Bostwana CPI basket leads to the expectation that South African prices have a significant role in determining prices in Bostwana. This paper examine Botswana's price and inflation relationships and their interation. Cointegration analysis is used to develop a dynamic error correction model that established the link between long run equilibrium prices and short run inflation.
Inflation and exchange rates. On the Forex market, inflation is an economic indicator that is highly monitored by traders. The inflation rate is one of the most important determinants of exchange rate developments even if other elements are taken into account. Definition of inflation Before addressing the mechanism that links exchange rates and inflation in Forex, it is important to define inflation and where it comes from. Inflation is a general increase in prices.
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Readers Question: Why is it that the value of the exchange rate falls when there is higher inflation? A higher inflation rate in the UK compared to other countries will tend to reduce the value of the Pound Sterling because:. Increase in supply of Pound sterling and fall in demand leads to lower value of the Pound against the Euro. Therefore, in the long run, changes in relative inflation rates should lead to a change in the exchange rates. In the post-war period, the UK experience a higher inflation rate than Germany.
Akofio-Sowah, Naa A. Athukorala, P. Atta, J. R and Mannathoko, I. Journal of African Economies , Ball, L. Bernanke and M.
The study examined the effect of exchange rate and inflation on stock market returns in Ghana using monthly inflation and exchange rate data obtained from the Bank of Ghana and monthly market returns computed from the GSE all-share index from January to December The autoregressive distributed lag ARDL cointegration technique and the error correction parametization of the ARDL model were used for examining this effect. The ARDL and its corresponding error correction model were used in establishing the long- and short-run relationship between the Ghana Stock Exchange GSE market returns, inflation, and exchange rate.
The copyright of this journal is owned by the International Association of African Researchers and Reviewers. AJOL and the millions of African and international researchers who rely on our free services are deeply grateful for your contribution. Your donation is guaranteed to directly contribute to Africans sharing their research output with a global readership. Skip to main content Skip to main navigation menu Skip to site footer. Index SMI , proxy for stock prices. The index of all share prices SMI , is a barometer for growth of the stock market and therefore that of the economy. Studies had been conducted on the subject but not specifically on these three isolated macro-economic variables which are quite intimidating or over- whelming and for reliability and effectiveness.
Purchasing power parity PPP  is a measurement of prices in different countries that uses the prices of specific goods to compare the absolute purchasing power of the countries' currencies. In many cases, PPP produces an inflation rate that is equal to the price of the basket of goods at one location divided by the price of the basket of goods at a different location. The PPP inflation and exchange rate may differ from the market exchange rate because of poverty, tariffs, and other transaction costs. Purchasing power parity is an economic term for measuring prices at different locations. It is based on the law of one price , which says that, if there are no transaction costs nor trade barriers for a particular good, then the price for that good should be the same at every location.
The preceding chapters have dealt with a number of different specialised accounts of the manner whereby the regime of floating exchange rates could have an impact on the generation of inflation and its transmission across countries. These accounts embrace a sweeping range of postulates — each internally consistent as a partial explanation, but unable to provide a complete and coherent theory. While there are no compelling reasons to prefer one model over another, they all give recognition to the important role of exchange rates in the study of inflation. Not surprisingly, the current stock of empirical evidence is insufficient to determine which of the particular models offers the most apt description of inflationary process in the current regime of managed floating. Moreover, the common real shocks arising from oil price increases and other disturbances in primary commodity markets make it difficult to isolate the role of exchange rates in the inflationary episodes of the s. With these considerations in mind, this chapter attempts to draw together some of the diverse strands of thought that have appeared from time to time in this volume. No attempt is made to reproduce here all of the various conclusions in previous chapters.
Overall, our primary results are threefold: First, there seems to be a long-run positive relationship between inflation rates and nominal interest rates supporting the.
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