Measuring the risk of the
Chinese Copper futures market is the key point of the risk management. Based on
the normal distribution, T-distribution and GED-distribution, this paper
measures the VaR values of the risk of the copper futures by GARCH and EGARCH
models. Using empirical testing, it shows the EGARCH-N model can characterize
the market risk of the copper futures more precisely than other types of
Cite this paper
Zhao, H. (2014) A Research on the Risk Measure of Chinese Copper Futures Market Based on VaR. Open Journal of Social Sciences
, 40-47. doi: 10.4236/jss.2014.29007
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