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Modeling long-term nominal interest rates

Jeffrey C. Fuhrer

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Published
**1995**
by Federal Reserve Bank of Boston in Boston, Mass
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Written in English

- Interest rates -- Econometric models

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Jeffrey C. Fuhrer. |

Series | Working paper series -- no. 95-7., Working paper series (Federal Reserve Bank of Boston) -- no. 95-7. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 27 p., 13 p. of plates : |

Number of Pages | 27 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL17062766M |

OCLC/WorldCa | 33425588 |

interest rates and the economy in an interdisciplinary fashion. The modeling of interest rates has long been a prime example of the disconnect between the macro and nance literatures. In the canonical nance model, the short-term interest rate is a simple linear function of a few unobserved factors, sometimes labeled \level, slope. Modeling long-term nominal interest rates. By Jeffrey C. Fuhrer. Abstract. The Pure Expectations Hypothesis has long served as the preeminent benchmark model of the relationship between the yields on bonds of different maturities. When coupled with rational expectations, however, most empirical renderings of the model fail miserably.

long-term nominal bonds, and (5) a real cashﬂow risk premium, which is the expected equity return in excess of a long-term nominal bond yield.2 Each of these components have their own term structures. Using the model, we show how variations in economic growth, inﬂation. 2 days ago The Zero Lower Bound on Nominal Interest Rates One prominent feature of the crisis is that central banks in many advanced economies brought their target interest rates close to zero. Because individuals always have the option of holding cash, which provides a zero rate of return, nominal interest rates cannot be negative.

For small investors, this is often the interest rate payable on an FDIC-insured savings account, checking account, money market account, or money market mutual fund. For larger investors, businesses, and institutions, this is the so-called "risk-free" rate on U.S. Treasury bills. a. The inflation rate would increase by 8 percent, and the nominal interest rate would increase by less than 10 percent. b. The inflation rate would increase by less than 8 percent, but the nominal interest rate would increase by 8 percent. c. Both the inflation rate and the nominal interest rate .

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1. See Don H. Kim and Jonathan H. Wright, "An Arbitrage-Free Three-Factor Term Structure Model and the Recent Behavior of Long-Term Yields and Distant-Horizon Forward Rates" (Washington: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, ).Return to text.

See Don H. Kim and Athanasios Orphanides, “Term Structure Estimation with Survey Data on Interest Rate. Modeling long-term nominal interest rates. Boston, Mass.: Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey C Fuhrer.

esis, by examining the long-term nominal interest rate implied by the pure expectations hypothesis in conjunction with an explicit description of the process generating short-term nominal : Jeffrey C Fuhrer.

Shiller, Robert J, "The Volatility of Long-Term Interest Rates and Expectations Models of the Term Structure," Journal of Political Economy, University of Chicago Press, vol.

87(6), pagesDecember. Campbell, John Y & Shiller, Robert J, Modeling Long-Term Nominal Interest Rates1 Jeffrey C. Fuhrer Federal Reserve Bank of Boston August 2, PRELIMINARY DRAFT Comments Welcome Abstract The Pure Expectations Hypothesis has long served as the pre,eminent bench-mark model of the relationship between the yields on bond~’~i~(of different ma-turities.

The actual influence of expected inflation is therefore an empirical matter and rather than impose unity on the effect, we attempt to measure it directly by defining the following relationship: (3) i t l =β 1 r t s +β 2 π t e +γ′z t where i t l is the nominal long-term interest rate and π t e is the expected rate.

specification for this model of long-term interest rate determination, at least forthe entire period since the establishment of the EMS (). The empirical evidence on the Dutch nominal long-term interest rate presented here does not point to perfectly integrated Dutch and German capital markets. However, short-term rates have wider swings than long-term rates and rise less predictably with inflation.

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Modeling Long-Term Nominal Interest Rates. By Jeffrey C. Fuhrer Full Text Document (pdf) Revised article published in Quarterly Journal of Economics, no. (November ): The Pure Expectations Hypothesis has long served as the preeminent benchmark model of the relationship between the yields on bonds of different maturities.

given risk profile, funding costs decline when interest rates are low. This includes the cost of bond issues, if term premia are compressed, and that of retail deposits. Banks may have incentives to rely more on deposits and fixed-rate long-term debt at the expense of short-term variable-rate funding.

For example, if the nominal interest rate offered on a three-year deposit is 4% and the inflation rate over this period is 3%, the investor’s real rate of return is 1%.

Research Modeling Long-Term Nominal Interest Rates (nitor) submitted 1 day ago by InstgramEgg The Pure Expectations Hypothesis has long served as the preeminent benchmark model of the relationship between the yields on bonds of different maturities.

Siegel's () model, for instance, predicts that higher than anticipated money supply leads to higher long-term real interest rates and via Fisher's equation to higher nominal rates. We follow the procedure of Hamilton et al.

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The impulse response functions are plotted separately for the entire sample. In this example, companies A and B make an interest rate swap agreement with a nominal value of $, Company A believes that interest rates are likely to rise over the next couple of years and aims to obtain exposure to potentially profit from a floating interest rate return that would increase if interest rates do, indeed, rise.

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