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The macroeconomy and the yield curve

Francis X. Diebold

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Published
**2004**
by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Francis X. Diebold, Glenn D. Rudebusch, S. Boragan Aruoba. |

Series | NBER working paper series ;, working paper 10616, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) ;, working paper no. 10616. |

Contributions | Rudebusch, Glenn D., 1959-, Aruoba, S. Boragan., National Bureau of Economic Research. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | HB1 |

The Physical Object | |

Format | Electronic resource |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL3476065M |

LC Control Number | 2005615522 |

The AD-AS model has become the standard textbook model for explaining the macroeconomy. This model shows the price level and level of real output given the equilibrium in aggregate demand and aggregate aggregate demand curve's downward slope means that more output is demanded at lower price levels. The downward slope is the result of three effects: the Pigou or real balance effect. This paper compares the accuracy of interest rates forecasts from dynamic, affine yield curve models, also those that take into account the correlation of latent factors and macroeconomic variables.

Our goal is to provide a characterization of the dynamic interactions between the macroeconomy and the yield curve. We find strong evidence of the effects of macro variables on future movements in the yield curve and evidence for a reverse influence as well. We also relate our results to the expectations hypothesis. The Yield Curve and Financial Risk Premia: Implications for Monetary Policy (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems Book ) th Edition, Kindle Edition the macroeconomy and financial conditions. Both theoretical and empirical models are applied in order to get a profound understanding of the interlinkages between economic Manufacturer: Springer.

The Macroeconomy and the Yield Curve: A Dynamic Latent Factor Approach. Francis Diebold (), Glenn Rudebusch and S. Boragan Aruoba (). No , NBER Working Papers from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc Abstract: We estimate a model that summarizes the yield curve using latent factors (specifically, level, slope, and curvature) and also includes observable macroeconomic . CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): We estimate a model with latent factors that summarize the yield curve (namely, level, slope, and curvature) as well as observable macroeconomic variables (real activity, inflation, and the stance of monetary policy). Our goal is to provide a characterization of the dynamic interactions between the macroeconomy and.

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yield curve and the macroeconomy. In section 3, we incorporate macroeconomic variables and estimate a “yields-macro” model. To complement the nonstructural nature of our yield curve representation, we also use a simple nonstructural VAR representation of the macroeconomy.

The focus of our examination is the nature of the linkagesFile Size: KB. Journals & Books; Help Our goal is to provide a characterization of the dynamic interactions between the macroeconomy and the yield curve. We find strong evidence of the effects of macro variables on future movements in the yield curve and evidence for a reverse influence as well.

We also relate our results to the expectations by: The Canadian Macroeconomy and the Yield Curve: An Equilibrium-Based Approach. by René Garcia1and Richard Luger2 1Département de sciences économiques Université de Montréal Montréal, Quebec, Canada H3C 3J7 and CIRANO, CIREQ @ 2Department of Economics Emory University Atlanta, GAUSA The views expressed in this paper are those of the.

Finally, interactions between the yield curve and the macroeconomy in China are nearly unidirectional. Macroeconomic variables reshape the yield curve, but direct adjustments of the yield curve do not significantly change macroeconomic variables.

Due to the incomplete liberalization of financial markets, there exists a wide disjunction between. yield curve models tend to be either theoretically rigorous but empirically disappointing, or empirically successful but theo-retically lacking.

In contrast, we emphasize in this book two intimately-related extensions of the classic yield curve model of Nelson and Siegel (). The rst is a dynamized version. yield-curve models.

For example, Diebold et al. (b) provide a macroeconomic interpretation of the Nelson-Siegel representation by combining it with VAR dynamics for the macroeconomy. Their maximum-likelihood estimation approach ex-tracts three latent factors (essentially level, slope, and curvature) from a set of 17 yields on.

these yield curve models. For example, Diebold, Rudebusch, and S. Boragan Aruoba () provide a macroeco-nomic interpretation of the Nelson-Siegel representation by combining it with VAR dynamics for the macroeconomy. Their maximum likelihood estimation approach extracts three latent.

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Introduction Macroeconomists, ﬁnancial economists, and market participants all have attempted to build good models of the yield curve, yet the resulting models are. The Macroeconomy and the Yield Curve: A Dynamic Latent Factor Approach Francis X. Diebold, Glenn D. Rudebusch, S. Boragan Aruoba.

NBER Working Paper No. Issued in July NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth, Monetary Economics, Asset Pricing We estimate a model that summarizes the yield curve using latent factors (specifically, level, slope, and curvature) and also.

We now return to the question “Are variations in the yield curve related to the macroeconomy?” and describe the ideas presented above more formally.

In a manner similar to the block representation of the state variables in (1), we represent the risk premia in a block form: (18) Λ t = Λ 0 + [ Λ m m Λ m x Λ x m Λ x x ] [ m t x t ]. THE SOVEREIGN YIELD CURVE AND THE MACROECONOMY IN CHINA © Wiley Publishing Asia Pty Ltd autoregressive (VAR) system to investigate linkages between ﬁnancial variables and the real economy.

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