This paper examines the relationship between oil prices and stock market anomalies in China. The results show stronger return predictability for individual anomalies following an increase in oil prices than for a decrease in oil prices.
This paper has been submitted for presentation at the 23rd Annual (2019) New Zealand Finance Colloquium.
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