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Fiscal hedging and the yield curve

Hanno Lustig

Fiscal hedging and the yield curve

by Hanno Lustig

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Debts, Public.,
  • Hedging (Finance),
  • Fiscal policy.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHanno Lustig, Christopher Sleet, Şevin Yeltekin
    SeriesNBER working paper series ;, working paper 11687, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) ;, working paper no. 11687.
    ContributionsSleet, Christopher., Yeltekin, Sevin., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB1
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3479413M
    LC Control Number2005620763

    Fiscal hedging with nominal assets This book is a valuable reference to researchers and satisfies the increasing demand by policymakers for sound economic principles to . The actual yield to maturity on this bond is _____. % A coupon bond that pays interest of $60 annually has a par value of $1,, matures in 5 years, and is .

    Yield Curve September Yield Curve Basics The yield curve, a graph that depicts the relationship between bond yields and maturities, is an important tool in fixed-income investing. Investors use the yield curve as a reference point for forecasting interest rates, pricing bonds and creating strategies for boosting total Size: KB. hedging of interest rate swaps, and the new market configuration led to the adoption of a multi-curve framework. A single yield curve is no longer adequate to derive discount factors and forward rates as there is now a need for multiple separated curves in order to account for the different dynamics of instruments of different maturities.

    Fiscal Policy and the Term Structure of Interest Rates Qiang Dai, Thomas Philippon. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in August NBER Program(s):Asset Pricing Program, Economic Fluctuations and Growth Program Macroeconomists want to understand the effects of fiscal policy on interest rates, while financial economists look for the factors that drive the . How does one go about calculating a 10 year US treasury yield hedged back to EUR? I vaguely understand this but I think there's two methods. 1) Calculate 3-month annualized hedging cost 2) Calculate the difference between 3-month USD libor and .


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We analyze optimal fiscal policy in an economy with distortionary labor income. Fiscal Hedging and the Yield Curve Hanno Lustig, Christopher Sleet, Sevin Yeltekin. NBER Working Paper No.

Issued in October NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth Program, Monetary Economics Program, Asset Pricing Program, Public Economics Program We identify a novel, fiscal hedging motive that helps to explain why governments.

Get this from a library. Fiscal hedging and the yield curve. [Hanno Lustig; Christopher Sleet; Sevin Yeltekin; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- "We identify a novel, fiscal hedging motive that helps to explain why governments issue more expensive, long-term debt.

We analyze optimal fiscal policy in an economy with distortionary labor income. shocks begins, the yield curve takes a corresponding humped shape, with the hump occurring at the longest traded debt maturity.

It reverts to a lower level and a °atter shape when this spell ends or when the debt outstanding at the beginning of the spell has matured. These policies imply that long term nominal debt is riskier than short term debt. Downloadable. We identify a novel, fiscal hedging motive that helps to explain why governments issue more expensive, long-term debt.

We analyze optimal fiscal policy in an economy with distortionary labor income taxes, nominal rigidities and nominal debt of Fiscal hedging and the yield curve book maturities. The government in our model can smooth labor tax rates by changing the real return it pays on its.

Yield curves: Fig. 4 plots the evolution of the yield curve as the economy is hit by a series of high spending and low productivity shocks. Initially, at t = 4, government spending is low, productivity is high and the yield curve (dotted line) is fairly flat and close to the realization of the first high spending-low productivity shocks at t = 5, nominal interest rates rise at all Cited by: The CMT yield values are read from the yield curve at fixed maturities, currently 1, 2, 3 and 6 months and 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 20, and 30 years.

This method provides a yield for a 10 year maturity, for example, even if no outstanding security has exactly 10 years remaining to maturity.

All things being equal, fiscal stimulus would be expected to result in a steep yield curve. A fiscal stimulus would increase expectations of inflation in the long-term. Investors will demand greater yield at the long end of the curve to compensate.

Part two of the book deals with the very practical topic of yield curve modeling. One of the powerful features of this book is that it provides relationship between theory and market practice. To sum up, the author explains all the components of the yield curve modeling at the atomic by: Hanno Lustig, "Fiscal Hedging and the Yield Curve(joint with Chris Sleet, CMU, and Sevin Yeltekin (CMU))," UCLA Economics Online PapersUCLA Department of Economics.

Handle: RePEc:cla:uclaol Monetary and Fiscal Policies and the Dynamic of the Yield Curve in Morocco Prepared by Calixte Ahokpossi, Pilar Garcia-Martinez, and Laurent Kemoe1, 2 Authorized for distribution by Nicolas Blancher May Abstract We estimate the latent factors that underlie the dynamics of the sovereign bond yield curve inFile Size: 1MB.

The slope of the yield curve tells us how the bond market expects short-term interest rates (as a reflection of economic activity and future levels of inflation) to move in the future.

This yield Author: Troy Segal. The yield curve is a line that plots the yields or interest rates (at a given point in time) of bonds having equal credit quality, but differing maturity dates.

Title: Mortgage Security Hedging and the Yield Curve Author: Julia D. Fernald. Frank Keane, and Patricia C. Mosser Subject: Government securities, Hedging (Finance). True yield curve spread filters out directional effects (i.e., changes due to parellel shifts in the yield curve) and responds only to changes in the slope of the yield curve (i.e., non-parallel shifts).

Suppose you bought the spread only to see 5-year and year cash yields drop 10 bps. Exhibit 5 shows how the 5-Year and Year Note futuresFile Size: KB. We revisit the problem of pricing and hedging plain vanilla single-currency in-terest rate derivatives using multiple distinct yield curves for market coherent esti-mation of discount factors and forward rates with different underlying rate tenors.

Within such double-curve-single-currency framework, adopted by the marketFile Size: KB. Yield-curve Movement Zhongliang Tuo Version: Novem Abstract By adopting the polynomial interpolation method, we proposed an approach to hedge against the interest-rate risk of the default-free bonds by measuring the nonparallel movement of the yield-curve, such as the translation, the rotation and the twist.

The empirical analysis showsCited by: 1. Yield curve, in economics and finance, a curve that shows the interest rate associated with different contract lengths for a particular debt instrument (e.g., a treasury bill).

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At a maturity for which there are no traded instruments, a spread for the yield is obtained. we discuss the Author: Yury Rojek. Convexity is a risk-management tool, used to measure and manage a portfolio's exposure to market risk.

Convexity is a measure of the curvature in. The spread between the yield on the two-year and year U.S. Treasury notes is about 57 basis points, with the two-year yield at percent and the year at : Debbie Carlson.

C A flat yield curve is consistent with tight monetary policy and loose fiscal policy, which means that Jimbo’s statement is incorrect with regard to fiscal policy My take on this: I perfectly understand that tight monetary policy will raise short rates and since long rates typically don’t respond to short term CB policy the curve flattens.In addition, the authors devote considerable attention to asset/liability management through swaps.

They describe basic hedging techniques, as well as unveiling a new method for managing yield curve risk. For any financial institution or corporation grappling with interest rate risk, this section alone is well worth the book’s price.