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, Figure 2: AQ statistics for sector indexes

, Note: The AQ statistics are plotted in black line for the Islamic index and in red line for the conventional index, and the horizonal line indicate the 5% asymptotic critical value of 3.89. Figure 4: AQ statistics for sector indexes

, Note: The AQ statistics are plotted in black line for the Islamic index and in red line for the conventional index, and the horizonal line indicate the 5% asymptotic critical value of 3, p.89