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Do bonds span volatility risk in the U.S. treasury market?

Torben G. Andersen

Do bonds span volatility risk in the U.S. treasury market?

a specification test for affine term structure models

by Torben G. Andersen

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

    Subjects:
  • Treasury bills -- United States -- Mathematical models,
  • Government securities -- United States -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTorben G. Andersen, Luca Benzoni.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 12962., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 12962.
    ContributionsBenzoni, Luca., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination37 p. :
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17633603M
    OCLC/WorldCa106104255

      I. U.S. Treasury Data: Special Characteristics. A multi-factor term structure model is the foundation for best practice asset and liability management, market risk, economic capital, interest Author: Donald Van Deventer. The U.S. Treasury bond market is among the deepest and most liquid markets in the world. This gives investors a lot of secure options and the ability to always find a buyer. "Some of the risk.

      Andersen, Torben, and Luca Benzoni. “Do Bonds Span Volatility Risk in the U.S. Treasury Market? A Specification Test for Affine Term Structure Models.” Journal of Finance. 65(2): .   “Market participants are underestimating the risk of movement in the Treasury market, the risk of higher yields,” said Hiroki Shimazu, an economist in Tokyo at the Japanese unit of MCP Author: Wes Goodman.

      WASHINGTON – Staff from the U.S. Department of Treasury, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission today issued a joint report analyzing the significant volatility in the U.S. Treasury market on Octo Using non-public data from the U. Post-Election Risk Trending Up In Treasuries And The Euro, Down In U.S. By Bill Luby - You can always tell when the crowd gets long the VIX and ends up on the wrong side of the trade.


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Do bonds span volatility risk in the U.S. treasury market? by Torben G. Andersen Download PDF EPUB FB2

We find that the yield curve fails to span realized yield volatility in the U.S. Treasury market, as the systematic volatility factors are largely unrelated to the cross‐section of yields. We conclude that a broad class of affine diffusive, quadratic Gaussian, and affine jump‐diffusive models cannot accommodate the observed yield volatility Cited by: that the bond markets per se are incomplete and yield volatility risk cannot be hedged by taking positions solely in the Treasury bond market.

We also advocate using the empirical realized yield volatility measures Cited by: models. We find that the yield curve fails to span realized yield volatility in the U.S.

Treasury market, as the systematic volatility factors are largely unrelated to the cross-section of yields. We conclude that a broad class of affine diffusive, quadratic Gaussian, and affine jump-diffusive models cannot. We investigate whether bonds span the volatility risk in the U.S.

Treasury market, as predicted by most 'affine' term structure models. To this end, we construct powerful and model-free empirical measures of the quadratic yield variation for a cross-section of fixed-maturity zero-coupon bonds (`realized yield volatility') through the use of high-frequency.

NBER Program(s):Asset Pricing We investigate whether bonds span the volatility risk in the U.S. Treasury market, as predicted by most 'affine' term structure models. To this end, we construct powerful and model-free empirical measures of the quadratic yield variation for a cross-section of fixed-maturity zero-coupon bonds ("realized yield volatility") through the use of high-frequency.

We investigate whether bonds span the volatility risk in the U.S. Treasury market, as predicted by most `affine' term structure models. To this end, we construct powerful and model-free empirical measures of the quadratic yield variation for a cross-section of fixed-maturity zero-coupon bonds (`realized yield volatility') through the use of high-frequency Cited by: CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): We investigate whether bonds can hedge volatility risk in the U.S.

Treasury market, as predicted by most ‘affine ’ term structure models. To this end, we construct powerful and model-free empirical measures of the quadratic yield variation for a cross-section of fixed-maturity zero-coupon bonds.

We investigate whether bonds span the volatility risk in the U.S. Treasury market, as predicted by most 'affine' term structure models. To this end, we construct powerful and model-free empirical measures of the quadratic yield variation for a cross-section of fixed- maturity zero-coupon bonds ('realized yield volatility') through the use of high-frequency.

We find that the yield curve fails to span realized yield volatility in the U.S. Treasury market, as the systematic volatility factors are largely unrelated to the cross-section of yields.

We conclude that a broad class of affine diffusive, quadratic Gaussian, and affine jump-diffusive models cannot accommodate the observed yield volatility Author: TORBEN G.

ANDERSEN and LUCA BENZONI. Do Bonds Span Volatility Risk in the U.S. Treasury Market. A Specification Test for Affine Term Structure Models AFA Chicago Meetings Paper, FRB of Chicago Working Paper No.

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Andersen and Luca Benzoni. We investigate whether bonds span the volatility risk in the U.S. Treasury market, as predicted by most 'affine' term structure models. To this end, we construct powerful and model-free empirical.

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The chart is intuitive yet. Read about the risks of investing in U.S. Treasury bonds, including interest rate risk, inflation risk, and opportunity costs. A s with the prior metrics, it is important to note that average trade sizes, as a standalone measure, are an incomplete measure of liquidity.

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