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Econometrics Essay

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First of all, we are grateful to The Almighty God for establishing strength to us to complete this report that given by our lecturer. We are really grateful because we manage to complete our assignment in subject Econometrics within the time given by our beloved lecturer. We are very thankful to our Econometrics lecturer, Sir Abdul Razak Bin Jambari, for his valuable guidance, encouragement, and co-operation until the report have been done smoothly and successfully. He really helps us to giving ideas to do a research on this subject and also give some new skills and information that we did not have before. It is so valuable for us to know more about this subject and ...view middle of the document...

Obtaining secondary data is practice normally means ‘desk’ or ‘library’ research. Information can be obtained from the data that is routinely collected by the planning organization or from external sources. External data are gathered by other organization either for their own use of for commercial use.

Data concerning on the performance of KLCI were gathered to see whether there are any correlation between the dependent and independent which are M2, price of gold, interest rate, and CPI. The secondary data will be collected from the internet. The data are from internet which contains all the data of Malaysia such as from Bursa Malaysia, countries statistics web and others.

The data of four factors of performance of KLCI was collected by the Bursa Malaysia, Country Statistics website, Malaysian economy site, Central Bank, Trading Economy and KLCI info. The factors influencing the performance KLCI which are M2 money supply, price of gold, interest rate and consumer price index. All the data were collected in monthly. 30 month data were collected for this report.
The variables used in this study can be categorized into two main types which are dependent and independent variables.

The dependent variable for this study is the performance of KLCI that can be measured in point that collected data in monthly.
For this study, there are four independent variables that will be measured. There is M2 money supply will be measured in terms of Ringgit Malaysia (RM), price of gold will be measured in term of Ringgit Malaysia (RM), interest rate in term of percentage (%) and lastly is consumer price index (CPI) which is will measured in term of percentage (%).

This research is designed to explore the relationship between dependent and independent variables. In this study, it engages in hypothesis testing that will explain the certain significant correlations between dependent variables which is performance of KLCI and the independent variables are M2 money supply, price of gold, interest rate and consumer price index.

The main purpose of this study is to determine the specific factors of influencing performance of KLCI in monthly. To assess and contribute the factors influencing the performance of KLCI which only focus on stocks market in Malaysia with the data collected to support this study.
This study involved the correlation types of investigating based on the multiples regression method.
In this study, unit of analysis will be study the performance KLCI which...

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