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Today the stock market is considered as one of the important pillars of economic growth. The identification and analysis of the various factors involved in the market in order to improve the quality and appeal for market participants to increase investment and subsequent growth is very important. In recent years, attention has been paid to the investment in the stock market. Apart from the impact of economic factors on the stock market, a change in the attitude of investors and increase their participation in the stock market (in order to increase confidence and optimism to the market) does not change in supply and demand for shares, the change in the composition of the portfolio financial and sales will be even formed queues.
In this study, the relationship between the attitudes of investors and the liquidity of the stock market and economic growth have been studied in Iran. Changing attitudes of investors, annual changes in stock trading volume and market liquidity indicator, the turnover ratio . In this study, changes in exchange rates was used as a covariate. In order to achieve this objective, the two methods of ordinary least squares (OLS) and the Auto Regressive Distributed Lag Method (ARDL), in Iran, in the period 1375 to 1394 was used. The experimental results of the survey there is a significant relationship between changes in trading volume, liquidity and exchange rate changes, changes in economic growth shows. The study also examines the relationship between economic growth and the exchange rate is has been confirmed that the results of this answer.
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