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U.S. international equity investment and past and prospective returns

Stephanie E. Curcuru

U.S. international equity investment and past and prospective returns

by Stephanie E. Curcuru

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


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StatementStephanie E. Curcuru ... [et al.].
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 16677, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 16677.
ContributionsNational Bureau of Economic Research
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LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
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Open LibraryOL24845859M
LC Control Number2011655907

Annualized returns for periods 1 yr+/cumulative returns for periods less than 1 yr. The performance quoted represents past performance and does not guarantee future results. Investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate so that an investor's shares, when sold or redeemed, may be worth more or less than the original cost. 20 years of investing in operating companies across real estate, infrastructure, and related sectors. Refine By Region And Sector Clear All Filters. Region. Asia; Indian hotel development and investment platform. Terranum Corporate Properties. Developer, owner, and manager of corporate property in Colombia LifeCare Residences.

Return: A return is the gain or loss of a security in a particular period. The return consists of the income and the capital gains relative on an investment, and it is usually quoted as a.   Typically the international equity funds that are included in a (k) plan are large-cap equity funds that invest in developed countries, such as Japan, Germany, and the United Kingdom. If a plan does offer emerging markets equities, it will probably be in a separate fund.

  David G. Kenchington, Does a change in dividend tax rates in the U.S. affect equity prices of non-U.S. stocks?, Review of Accounting Studies, /sz, (). Crossref Vol Issue 5Cited by: As of Septem Equity returns are average S&P returns. Note: For illustrative purposes only. Short = 1 year, Medium = 5 year, Long = 15 year. Equity returns are largely driven by earnings which are further driven by economic growth 51% 17% 49% 83% % 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% % Short Medium Long Average U.S. Equity Returns.


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U.S. international equity investment and past and prospective returns by Stephanie E. Curcuru Download PDF EPUB FB2

Counter to extant stylized facts, using newly available data on country allocations in U.S. investors' foreign equity portfolios we find that (i) U.S. investors do not exhibit returns-chasing behavior, but, consistent with partial portfolio rebalancing, tend to sell past winners; and (ii) U.S.

investors increase portfolio weights on a country's equity market just prior to its strong performance, behavior. class for U.S. investors: On average, U.S. investors‘ foreign equity portfolio outperformed a value-weighted foreign benchmark by basis points per year over the past two decades.

The paper proceeds as follows. U.S. International Equity Investment and Past Prospective Returns Stephanie E. Curcuru, Charles P. Thomas, Francis E. Warnock, and Jon Wongswan (February ). Counter to extant stylized facts, using newly available data on country allocations in U.S. investors' foreign equity portfolios we find that (i) U.S.

investors do not exhibit returns-chasing behavior, but, consistent with partial portfolio rebalancing, tend to sell past winners; and (ii) U.S. investors increase portfolio weights on a country's equity market just prior to its strong Cited by: Published: Curcuru, Stephanie E., Charles P.

Thomas, Francis E. Warnock, and Jon Wongswan. "US International Equity Investment and Past and Prospective Returns." American Economic Review, (7): – citation courtesy of.

This paper was revised on December 5, U.S. International Equity Investment and Past and Prospective Returns by By Stephanie E. Curcuru, Charles P. Thomas, Francis E. Warnock, Jon Wongswan, Stephanie E.

Curcuru A, Charles P. Thomas A, Francis E. Warnock B and Jon Wongswan F. NOTE: International Finance Discussion Papers are preliminary materials circulated to stimulate discussion and critical comment.

References in publications to International Finance Discussion Papers (other than an acknowledgment that the writer has had access to unpublished material) should be cleared with the author or authors.

Counter to extant stylized facts, using newly available data on country allocations in US investors' foreign equity portfolios we find that (i) US investors do not exhibit returns-chasing behavior, but, consistent with partial portfolio rebalancing, tend to sell past winners; and (ii) US investors increase portfolio weights on a country's equity market just prior to its strong performance, behavior Cited by: U.S.

International Equity Investment and Past and Prospective Returns Stephanie E. Curcuru, Charles P. Thomas, Francis E. Warnock, and Jon Wongswan NBER Working Paper No. JanuaryRevised June JEL No. F21,G11,G15 ABSTRACT Counter to extant stylized facts, using newly available data on country allocations in U.S.

investors’. The U.S. Equity Return Premium: Past, Present, and Future J. Bradford DeLong and Konstantin Magin F or more than a century, diversified long-horizon investments in America’s stock market have consistently received much higher returns than investors in bonds: a return gap averaging 6 percent per year.

Rajnish Mehra and. book-to-market, and past returns, they cannot be explained by short-term institutions following certain investment styles that have been shown to explain cross-sectional stock returns.

In particular, our results are not driven by the momentum effect. The predictive power of the short-termCited by: U.S. investors are the largest group of international equity investors in the world, but to date conclusive evidence on which types of foreign firms are able to attract U.S.

investment is not by: 5. Abstract. U.S. international equity investment is large, important, and, we will argue, misunderstood. It is misunderstood because a number of stylized facts about U.S. international equity investment—that U.S. investors chase returns, do not rebalance their international portfolios, and are at an informational disadvantage in foreign markets—were established using flows data, prior to the.

Thus, allocating more than 50 percent to international equity may not be optimal from a risk-return perspective. An exception might be an investor whose labor capital risk is substantial. What Influences U.S. International Equity Investment: Equity or Currency Returns?* Stephanie E.

Curcurua, Charles P. Thomasa, Francis E. Warnockb,c,d,e, Jon Wongswanf a Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System b Darden Graduate School of Business, University of Virginia c Institute for International Integration Studies, Trinity College Dublin d Globalization and Monetary Policy.

Victor D. Kohn is an equity portfolio manager at Capital Group, is one of the portfolio managers of Capital Group International Equity Fund (Canada) and is president of Capital International, Inc. Earlier in his career, as an equity investment analyst at Capital, Victor covered Chile, Argentina and Brazil.

The second objective is to establish a link between different investment strategies, and the expected returns generated on the investor level. Listed PE allows analyzing the market's reaction to the announcement of investments, and divestments within an event study, and hypotheses were derivPrice: $ Great comprehensive book covering variety of topics for investment banks, hedge funds and private equity.

Excellent balance of factual information and real world examples as to how the recent financial crisis has changed the industry. We believe that the best route to superior returns is through seeking a measure of downside protection and long-term compounding.

We rely on a disciplined investment approach to help capitalize on opportunities in the international equity markets. Portfolios are actively managed by consistently applying strict investment criteria to help identify attractive businesses at a discount to their.

International Equity: Considerations and Recommendations Vanguard Investment Counseling & Research Executive summary. Non-U.S. equities currently account for more than 50% of global market capitalization, representing a significant opportunity for U.S.

investors beyond their borders. In addition, the portfolio of an investor who. Dividend yields accounted for % of the annual returns.

Nominal earnings over this investment horizon posted % returns. Keep in mind, inflation over this period added % 4 annually.; Finally, changes in P/E multiples added % to the historical average returns. 5 In hindsight, one critical advantage of investing over this period was that the P/E multiple in averaged x.The U.S.

Equity Return Premium: Past, Present, and Future lower tail is even smaller: in only 2 percent of the cases in the twentieth century would investing in bonds for 20 years outperform investing in stocks. The proba bility that the equity return premium is going to be more than 3 percent is still very high: 65 percent.History of International Equity at Capital Group.

Capital began managing domestic equity portfolios for institutional clients in and has offered international equity management since Capital’s first emerging markets equity fund was launched inmore than one year prior to the inception of the MSCI Emerging Markets Index.