Financial Market Development and Capital Inflows in Nigeria: The Role of Stock Market Development
This study investigated the relationship between capital inflows and stock market development in Nigeria for the period spanning 1986 to 2013. Capital inflow was proxied by foreign direct investment and foreign portfolio investment while stock market development was proxied by market capitalization, turnover ratio and value traded ratio. The study employed error correction modelling techniques. From the regression estimate, it was shown that only market capitalization and value traded ratio had significant influence on foreign portfolio investment while none of the measures of stock market development significantly influenced foreign direct investment in the long run in Nigeria. The short run estimate showed that among the three measures of stock market development only market capitalization influenced both foreign direct investment and foreign portfolio investment while value traded ratio only had significant influenced on foreign direct investment in the short run. The study concluded that stock market development had not significantly promoted the inflows of foreign capital inflow in Nigeria.
Nwosa Philip Ifeakachukwu,
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Vol. 4, No. 6,
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