Cointegration in Forex Pairs Trading

Abstract: Forex pairs trading strategy that implements cointegration is a sort of convergence trading strategy based on statistical arbitrage using a mean-reversion logic. This strategy was first introduced by Morgan Stanley in the 1980s using stock pairs, but traders found that it could be used in FX trading as well. The goal of this research is to review the cointegration in the FX market using three different approaches – Engle-Granger, Johansen test and the Hurst exponent – with some application in Eviews and Bloomberg. One fundamental property that pairs trading requires is that the instruments have to be cointegrated in order to ensure a connection between two FX currency pairs.

 Link ===>FX Cointegration

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