Efficient market hypothesis, Other Management


(a) (i) Discuss the empirical evidence in relation to weak form market efficiency

(ii) Explain fully how you would conduct a test of semi-strong form of the Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH)

(b) Discuss the competing theories underlying the term structure of interest rates

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