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Application of Diffusion Models in the Analysis of Financial Markets: Evidence on Exchange Traded Funds in Europe


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Risks no. 8, pages 1 - 23,
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Lechman E., Marszk A.: Application of Diffusion Models in the Analysis of Financial Markets: Evidence on Exchange Traded Funds in Europe// Risks -Vol. 8,iss. 1 (2020), s.1-23
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