Final Presentation: Jump statistics and volume. Econ 201 FS April 22, 2009 Pat Amatyakul. Last time. Regressed jump statistics on daily volume for the BNS test, Jiang-Oomen test, and Ait-Sahalia Jacod test.
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In general, at least for JO and ASJ tests, lower volume corresponds with higher chance of jump days
Since volume is an easy indicator to observe in the market, one could flag an especially low volume day to possibly correspond with a jump. This would work only for the ASJ test, because it seems like the coefficient in the JO test regression are rather small.
Might be able to somehow incorporate this into asset pricing