Stock exchange

Topics: Stock exchange, Stock market, Economic growth, Economics / Pages: 8 (1846 words) / Published: Nov 27th, 2014
RESEARCH SYNOPSIS/PROPOSAL
Relation between the stock market and GDP
Submitted by:
Muhammad Zeshan
Abstract:

This research will analyze the stock market earnings impact on the GDP growth of a developing country i.e. Pakistan. This study will help to establish a relationship between stock market earnings and economic (GDP) growth of the country, basically it will answer this question, “How the stock market earnings affect the GDP?” In this research, I shall apply the co integration and error correction model to the stock market performance and GDP and shall try to segregate the role of primary from secondary market and find out linkages between secondary market and growth that may impact on GDP of Pakistan.
I shall make an effort to find indicators that lead to growth by having stock market earnings at the back.

Table of Contents with List of Tables and/or Illustrations

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Title i 2
Abstract
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Table of contents
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Introduction
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Research Question
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Research Objective
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Literature Review
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Significance
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Research Methodology
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Data Collection Sources
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Data Collection Tools
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Hypothesis
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Research Model
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Theoretical Framework
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Type of research
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Sampling technique
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Data processing, analysis and statistical tools
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Reference
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Theoretical framework Illustration…………………………………….7

Introduction:

GDP is the key indicator of the economic growth of a developing country. This study will find out the linkage between the stock market earnings and GDP growth of Pakistan. Pakistan has struggled in the field of economic progress since inauguration. However in the recent past decade from 1999 to 2008 it was observed that Pakistan has seen the apex of economic progress. During this period the stock exchange out performed, there was an easy access to cash around the country due to low interest rates. Pakistan attracted record foreign direct investments (FDI) and there was no dearth of money



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