From Main Street to Wall Street: How the Economy Influences Stock Markets and What Investors Should Know

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In the long run, economies grow. Over the shorter-term business cycle, economic activity contracts and expands. From Main Street to Wall Street examines both the long-run relation between economic growth and stock returns and the shorter-term business-cycle relation. It examines the complex relationship between the economy and the stock market, and guides readers through the fascinating interaction between economic activity and financial markets.From Main Street to Wall Street draws heavily on data, supporting academic theories with empirical facts, and backing up arguments in intuitive ways. It discusses how investors can use knowledge of economic activity and financial markets to formulate expectations to future stock returns, and helps scholars and practitioners navigate financial markets by understanding the economy.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationOxford
PublisherOxford University Press
Number of pages337
ISBN (Print)9780198866404, 9780198866402
ISBN (Electronic)9780192636270, 9780191898549
Publication statusPublished - 2021

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