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DOI :10.26650/ibr.2022.51.895637   IUP :10.26650/ibr.2022.51.895637    Full Text (PDF)

The Impact of Financial Drivers on Credit Default Swap (CDS) in Turkey: The Cointegration with Structural Breaks and FMOLS Approach

Mehmet Levent Erdaş

The CDS premium is considered to be an important criterion in the risk premiums of countries with emerging markets and it also provides important information about the credibility of these countries for investors. Decreasing the level of CDS for developing countries helps investors to work with the country and smoothes the way for investments in financial assets. Hence, determining the factors which can affect changes in the CDS of these countries has beco me crucial for their economies. Thus, the relationship between Turkey’s CDS for 5 years and financial factors have been analyzed through the monthly data for the period between 2012 and 2020. For this purpose, the existence of the long-run relationship between the series was investigated by Gregory-Hansen (1996) and Hatemi-J (2008) and it was seen that the series are cointegrated. Afterwards, the long-run coefficients between the series were estimated by FMOLS. The results indicate that the BIST100 index and liquid liabilities have a positive effect on CDS and that the domestic credit volume of the banking sector has a negative effect on CDS. Furthermore, the estimated break dates suggest that significant events are occurring in the Turkish economy.


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