Extreme spillovers between insurance tokens and insurance stocks: Evidence from the quantile connectedness approach
This study examines potential tail spillovers between insurance tokens and conventional stocks using the quantile connectedness approach by Ando et al. (2022). In particular, this study explores static and dynamic spillovers at lower and upper tails of the return distribution. In line with previous studies, tokens and conventional stocks within the insurance market may show positive but low connectedness levels. Furthermore, our findings confirm a higher sensitivity of the insurance system at both tails of the distribution in comparison with the median (Q=0.50). As expected, dynamic connectedness measures change over time, intensifying at the extremes of the distribution. This finding is confirmed by the robustness test that consists of analyzing the RTD (Relative Tail Dependence) measure, as we reject the symmetric response, since its values are clearly different from zero in most of the sample period. These results are of interest to portfolio managers, as the findings will allow them to suggest adjustments to investment portfolios according to the evolution of the dynamic spillovers found.
Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance
Yousaf, Imran; Jareño, Francisco; and Martínez-Serna, María Isabel, "Extreme spillovers between insurance tokens and insurance stocks: Evidence from the quantile connectedness approach" (2023). Kean Publications. 74.