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There is strong evidence that on-the-run U.S. Treasury securities trade much more liquidly and at significantly higher prices than their off-the-run counterparts. We examine if the same phenomenon is present in the German government bond market whose market structure differ markedly from that of...
There is strong evidence that on-the-run U.S. Treasury securities trade much more liquidly and at significantly higher prices than their off-the-run counterparts. We examine if the same phenomenon is present in the German government bond market whose market structure differ markedly from that of...
There is strong evidence that on-the-run U.S. Treasury securities trade much more liquidly and at significantly higher prices than their off-the-run counterparts. We examine if the same phenomenon is present in the German government bond market whose market structure differ markedly from that of...
<section xml:id="fut21596-sec-0001"> This paper examines the association between option‐implied interest rate distributions and macroeconomic expectations in the context of a forward‐looking monetary policy rule. We presume that market participants view the policy rule as a guide to the path of future policy rates and price...</section>
Volatilities implied from interest rate swaptions are used to assess the size and thesign of the compensation for volatility risk, for dollar, euro and pound rates at a dailyfrequency, between October 1998 and August 2006. The measurement of the volatilityrisk premium rests on a simple model...