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The relationship between inflation and stock index in ten the last ten years, in Tehran stock exchange

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The present study investigated the relationship between inflation and stock index at Tehran Stock Exchange for the last ten years. For access to this aims are selected total of companies that their share is accepted in Tehran stock exchange in years 2005-2014. This research is based on the objective and the method of data collection is descriptive. Pearson correlation, regression equation and path analysis were used to determine the relationship between variables. The results of this study are indicated there are positive and meaningful correlations between inflation and stock index as well as industry index. With increase of inflation these index increase too.
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  • Department of Management, Payame Noor University, PO BOX 19395 - 3697, Tehran, Iran
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