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Regime switches in interest rates

Andrew Ang

Regime switches in interest rates

by Andrew Ang

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

    Subjects:
  • Interest rates -- Forecasting -- Statistical methods.,
  • Interest rates -- United States -- Econometric models.,
  • Interest rates -- Great Britain -- Econometric models.,
  • Interest rates -- Germany -- Econometric models.,
  • Stochastic analysis.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAndrew Ang, Geert Bekaert.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 6508, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 6508.
    ContributionsBekaert, Geert., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB1 .W654 no. 6508
    The Physical Object
    Pagination41, [27] p. :
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22403478M

    regime, the interest rate is homoskedastic, but stochastic volatility is generated by the switching of regimes. 3 As the probability of being in a particular regime conditional on past information varies through time, the conditional moments of the short rate also vary through time. measure 0 that contain a regime-switching moment of time that coincides with a model time-step. But if we change the order of summation in the middle term and do some more book-keeping we at least get some telescoping across every inter-arrival interval for a regime-switch ln(r t) = ln(r 0)(1 F) t +˙ p dt t X dt s=1 N t (s 1)dt (1 F) sdt +ln(T.

    modelling with regime shifts.1 However, all of the existing finance models belong to the class of reduced-form models. This means that one cannot isolate the regime switches in the structural shocks to the economy from the regime switches in the monetary policy. For this reason, we complement the traditional setup with identifying assumptions. In Ancient Mesopotamia, the interest rate on grains was 20%. Like the rest of the field of economics, the concepts of interest rates became significantly more complex during the industrial revolution.

    "Analysis of time series subject to changes in regime," Journal of Econometrics, Elsevier, vol. 45(), pages Hamilton, James D., "Rational-expectations econometric analysis of changes in regime: An investigation of the term structure of interest rates," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Elsevier, vol. 12(), pages changed (a) the base on which royalties are charged and (b) the royalty rates. In terms of tax base, the “gross value” replaced the earlier “net back value” applied under the prior law. Royalty rates in Tanzania changed for certain minerals such as metallic minerals (e.g., .


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Regime-switching models are well suited to capture the non-linearities in interest rates. This paper examines the econometric performance of regime-switching models for interest rate data from the US, Germany and the UK. There is strong evidence supporting the presence of regime switches but Cited by: Gray () and Bekaert, Hodrick and Marshall () all examine empirical models of regime switches in interest rates.

Importantly, RS models accomodate regime-dependent mean reversion of interest rates. Mankiw and Miron (), among others, argue that the predictive power of the term spread for. Regime switches in interest rates.

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A large empirical literature has documented the presence of regime switches in interest rates (see, among others, Hamilton, ;Gray, ;Bekaert, Hodrick and Marshall, ). We examine the econometric performance of regime-switching models for interest rate data from the United States, Germany, and the United Kingdom.

Regime-switching models forecast better out-of-sample than single-regime models, including an affine multifactor model, but do not always match moments very well.

Regime-switching models incorporating international short-rate and term spread. Regime-switching models incorporating international short-rate and term spread information forecast better, match sample moments better, and classify regimes better than univariate regime-switching models.

Finally, the regimes in interest rates correspond reasonably well with business cycles, at least in the United States. This paper examines the econometric performance of regime switiching models for interest rate data from the US, Germany and the UK.

There is strong evidence supporting the presence of regime switches but univariate models are unlikely to yield consistent estimates of the model parameters. Regime Switches in Interest Rates. Andrew Ang and Geert Bekaert (). NoNBER Working Papers from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc Abstract: Regime-switching models are well suited to capture the non-linearities in interest rates.

This paper examines the econometric performance of regime-switching models for interest rate data from the US, Germany and the UK. is a platform for academics to share research papers. For example if you think the volatility of short term rates is during economic exapansions and during recessions, then that would be a very simple regime switch model.

The parameters of the model (in this case just the vol) change from time to time. Specifically it 'switches' at certain times from one value to another. This paper examines the econometric performance of regime-switching models for interest rate data from the US, Germany and the UK.

There is strong evidence supporting the presence of regime switches but univariate models are unlikely to yield consistent estimates of. In addition to the switch between interest rate targeting and nonborrowed reserve targeting (discussed by Bernanke and Mihov, ), several papers have estimated regime-switching models of monetary policy.

The idea in these models is that monetary policy is driven not just by shocks but also by changes in the policy parameters. Regime Switches in Interest Rates. By Andrew Ang and Geert Bekaert. Get PDF (3 MB) Abstract. Regime-switching models are well suited to capture the non-linearities in interest rates.

This paper examines the econometric performance of regime-switching models for interest rate data from the US, Germany and the UK. Informed by the work on regime-switching in applied macroeconomics, this paper documents the presence of discrete regime switches in EME business cycles, particularly in the volatility of interest rates at which countries borrow internationally.

5 Our exploration is highly relevant from both positive and normative perspectives. From a positive. On alternative interest rate processes Regime switching with time-varying transition probabilities Nonstationary Time Series Analysis and Cointegration A yield-factor model of interest rates 1 REGIME SWITCHES IN EXCHANGE RATE VOLATILITY AND UNCOVERED INTEREST PARITY# Hibiki Ichiue♦ and Kentaro Koyama∗ November Abstract We use a regime-switching model to examine how exchange rate volatilities influence the failure of uncovered interest parity (UIP).

It has been well documented that interest rate dynamics are subject to discrete and persistent shifts between distinct regimes.

Changes in business cycle conditions and switches in monetary policy regimes are economic underpinnings accounting for regime shifts in the behavior of interest rates. A Regime-SwitchingModelof theYieldCurveat theZeroBound ensen† Abstract This paper presents a regime-switching model of the yield curve with two states.

One is a normal state, the other is a zero-bound state that represents the case when the monetary policy target rate is at its zerolowerbound for a prolongedperiod, as the U.S. In the context of economic depression, low inflation and interest rates already at zero, central banks of course cannot achieve negative real interest rates.

If the RBI cuts its repo rate in its bi-monthly policy statement on October 1st, interest rates don't necessarily have to be reset only on January 1st. The reset can happen anytime within the given 3-month period. It is, however, mandatory to reset interest rates at least once every 3 months, effective from 1st October ".

Exchange rates (Engel and Hamilton ). Interest rates (García and Perron ). Stock returns (Kim et al. ). In epidemiology: Incidence rates of infectious disease in epidemic and nonepidemic states (Lu et al.

). In psychology: manic depressive states (Hamaker et al. ). (StataCorp) Markov-switching regression in Stata October   Taxpayers can switch back and forth between the existing income tax regime and the new one that offers lower slabs without exemptions, said the Central Board of Direct Taxes chairman PC Mody.

However, business owners won’t have this option. “Let it be very clearly noted that this is an optional scheme — there’s no compulsion for you to go to the new scheme,” he said at an event on.Over the past 50 years interest rate spreads have widened substan-tially, both between longer and shorter maturity loans and between loans to riskier and less risky borrowers.

In much of economic theory, the determination of interest rate spreads is analytically distinct from the determination of the overall level of interest rates. But from a Key.