A Comprehensive Macroeconomic Model for Global Investment
After the globalization of macroeconomic, the each country economy has the comprehensively inseparable interrelationships. Therefore, in order to fully ascertain the developed pulsation and tendency of the international finances, the global investors need to take vigorous tactics to face the competition for globalization. Financial investment environment changes with each passing day, investors’ satisfaction are more and more discerning, and market demands can fluctuate unpredictably. This research stays focus on the comparison of these industrial regions consisting of ten industrial regions comprised of two developed industrial regions (USA and Japan) and eight high-growth industrial regions (Four Asia Tigers and BRIC). Further, the measurement objectives consists of twenty-four macroeconomic indicators of these above ten industrial regions includes fourteen macroeconomic indicators and ten statistic indexes from four academic institutes comprised of the IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook (WCY), World Economic Forum (WEF), Business Environment Risk Intelligence (BERI), and Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) that are the focal dimensions of integration investigation in these contexts. Significantly, this research also deals with quantitative and empirical analysis of the prominent features and the essential conditions for portfolio theory and macroeconomic model and to evaluate the relative strengths and weaknesses of twelve stock markets of the ten industrial regions through focusing on the scenario analysis and empirical analysis through the use of the fluctuate percentage of stock price index and stock market capitalization of twelve stock markets.
KeywordsMacroeconomic Model Global Investment
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