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This difference is known as the on-the-run premium. In this paper, yield spreads between pairs of Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities TIPS with identical maturities but of separate vintages are analyzed.
Adjusting for differences in coupon rates and values of embedded deflation options, the results show a small, positive premium on recently issued TIPS - averaging between one and four basis points - that persists even after new similar TIPS are issued and hence is different from the on-the-run phenomenon observed in the nominal Treasury market.
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To this end, I develop an estimator that uses high-frequency surprises as a proxy for the structural monetary policy shocks. This is achieved by integrating the surprises into a vector autoregressive model as an exogenous variable.
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|Background||Increases in uncertainty[ edit ] Increases in uncertainty can depress investment, or consumption.|
I show analytically that this approach identifies the true relative impulse responses. When allowing for time-varying model parameters, I find that, compared to output, the response of stock and house prices to monetary policy shocks was particularly low before the financial crisis.These show the range of elasticities from various studies.
Numbers in parenthesis indicate the original authors’ “best guess” values. After a detailed review of international studies, Goodwin, Dargay and Hanly () produced the average elasticity values summarized in Table 3.
The main focus of this project is to examine the causes of the current economic recession and the effect it has had in Spain, It will also look at the background of the current recession, its impact and describe how the recession has hit different sectors.
During the s and early s, Spain enjoyed rapid economic growth and became the 5th largest EU economy. In particular, the rapid economic growth encouraged a boom in property.
In , Spain started building , new homes – more than Germany, Italy, France and UK combined. CEPR organises a range of events; some oriented at the researcher community, others at the policy commmunity, private sector and civil society. This information is related to the effects of the Great Recession that happened worldwide from to As the recession in Europe continued, the effect was felt especially in southern European countries and Ireland in and Soon the problem of financial debt for individual European countries developed into a crisis in the Eurozone, which then became a high priority for the European Central Bank and the European Parliament.