Macroeconomic Determinants Of The Behavior of Kuwait Stock Exchange

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Abdullah Al Mutairi , Husain Al Omar

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This paper is attempt to study the effect of macroeconomic variables and the behaviour of Kuwait stock exchange during the period from 1995 to 2005 using monthly data for both the market and its sub sectors. Interest rate, money supply, inflation, and. government expenditure are the macro variables used, while marl

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Kuwait Stock Exchange

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