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Interest rate term premiums and the failure of the speculative efficiency hypothesis

Carol Lee Osler

Interest rate term premiums and the failure of the speculative efficiency hypothesis

a theoretical investigation

by Carol Lee Osler

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

    Subjects:
  • Foreign exchange futures.,
  • Foreign exchange -- Forecasting.,
  • Interest rates.,
  • Risk -- Economic aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementC.L. Osler.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper no. 3060, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 3060.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination26 p. ;
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22436946M

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Get this from a library. Interest rate term premiums and the failure of the speculative efficiency hypothesis: a theoretical investigation. [Carol Lee Osler; National Bureau of Economic Research.]. Carol L. Osler, "Interest Rate Term Premiums and the Failure of the Speculative Efficiency Hypothesis: A Theoretical Investigation," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

Handle: RePEc:nbr:nberwo Note: ITI IFM. Get this from a library. Interest Rate Term Premiums and the Failure of the Speculative Efficiency Hypothesis: a Theoretical Investigation. [Carol L Osler; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: This paper develops a new parity condition for international financial.

Abstract: markets which relates differences between the forward exchange rate and ct:. This paper considers the hypothesis independently of its implications for rational expectations or market efficiency and in order to stress this fact, the term "speculative efficiency" is used to.

"The Empirical Failure of the Expectations Hypothesis of the Term Structure of Bond Yields," CEPR Discussion PapersC.E.P.R. Discussion Papers. Carol L. Osler, " Interest Rate Term Premiums and the Failure of the Speculative Efficiency Hypothesis: A Theoretical Investigation," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic.

Interest rate term premiums and the failure of the speculative efficiency hypothesis: a theoretical investigation [] Osler, Carol Lee. Cambridge, MA ( Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA ): National Bureau of Economic Research, [?].

The failure of uncovered interest rate parity to explain short-term interest rate movements is well-documented. We show that short-term changes in long-term in-terest rates do help explain short. Then, as the author shifts to a discussion of capital, “interest” Edition: current; Page: [5] suddenly replaces “factor price” on the y-axis of the graph, and the conclusion is swiftly reached that the marginal productivity theory explains the interest rate in the same way that it explains the wage rate.

Yet the correct analog on the y. term premiums in interest rates for securities of various maturities. _~ R a + () +~ ( R a)l. It is interesting to note that Roll found the hypothesis of market efficiency well-supported except for maturities of 4 to 8 weeks.

8 For these faced by policymakers is that of assessing the significance of market interest rate. The central bank's announcement to keep the policy rate at the ELB for longer than previously expected lowers the expected short rate path, but its effect on term premiums depends on the risk exposure of bonds to the macroeconomy; while the announcement increases term premiums if bonds are a hedge against economic downturns, it decreases them.

Roll-Up Merger: A roll-up (also known as a "roll up" or a "rollup") merger occurs when investors (often private equity firms) buy up companies in the. were used to forecast the future spot exchange rate.

Hodrick concluded, "We do not yet have a model of expected returns that fits the data" (p. This paper is intended as a survey of the developments in the empirical literature on forward market efficiency since the publication of Hodrick's book. Bilson, J.

(), “The Speculative-Efficiency Hypothesis,” Journal of Business, 55, – Google Scholar Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Staff Studies Nos. –Cited by: This paper explores the relationship between currency futures and realised spot rates for the Indian rupee US dollar exchange rate.

Using futures contracts with maturities of one, two and three months, we examine the unbiasedness of futures quotes as a predictor of the future spot exchange rate as well as the nature of time-varying risk premiums in this emerging by: 9.

the Cox-Ingersoll-Ross model: dr = a(b−r)dt +σ dz Assumes the economy has a natural long-run interest rate (b) that the short-term rate (r) converges to. the Vasicek model: dr = a(b - r)dt + σdz Similar to the CIR model, but assumes that interest rate volatility level is independent of the level of short-term interest rates.

Provides a desired rate of return a company is willing to receive. Provides a framework for many of the asset pricing models used by investment analysts; given that all investors will hold the market portfolio, the slope for asset it will equal the slope for the market portfolio; used for capital budgeting analysis.

The forward exchange rate (also referred to as forward rate or forward price) is the exchange rate at which a bank agrees to exchange one currency for another at a future date when it enters into a forward contract with an investor. Multinational corporations, banks, and other financial institutions enter into forward contracts to take advantage of the forward rate for hedging purposes.

The largest free finance glossary on the Internet. Help us grow by contributing more finance terms. Contents1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY2 1. INTRODUCTION3 Currency RISK MANAGEMENT4 Problems in Indian foreign exchange market5 2.

Literature review6 THE NATURE OF EXPOSURE AND RISK7 Classification of Foreign Exchange Exposure and Risk8 Transaction Exposure:9 Transaction exposure can arise in three ways Translation /5(43). If we don't consider productivity growth and population growth, the remaining driver of economic growth is the sphere of accumulation.

Subsequently, we want to illustrate that the accumulation sphere of Table 1 is connected closely to the interest rate (Olah et al., ).In order to save space, we have to simplify and can only pick out some arguments of the “Golden Rule of Cited by:.

Thus, imagine an investor who can invest (at time t) in a two-year bond with annual interest rate (1) r, or who can instead invest in a one-year bond at the interest rate rt, and then take the (1) proceeds and reinvest them in another one-year bond paying an interest rate r t+1: The expectations theory of the term structure then states that.An interest rate environment in which long-term debt instruments have a lower yield than short-term debt instruments of the same credit quality.

This type of yield curve is the rarest of the three main curve types and is considered to be a predictor of economic recession.The efficient market hypothesis rapidly gained adherents after when it was first shown that stock prices respond quickly to new information, and subsequently display no apparent strong trends.

Event studies, pioneered by Fama et al (), generally found this pattern of price adjustment following major events such as mergers, stock-splits.