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Dynamic Linkages Across Country Yield Curves: The Effects of Global and Local Yield Curve Factors on US, UK and German Yields

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Title of host publicationNew Methods in Fixed Income Modeling
DatePublished - 19 Aug 2018
Pages205-222
PublisherSPRINGER
Original languageEnglish
ISBN (Print)978-3319952840

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We analyze the relationship between the yield curves of the USA, the UK and Germany using global and local factors. Our focus is on dynamic linkages across and between yield curves and factors. We disentangle the latent global and local factors contained in country factors, based on the Diebold and Li (J Econometrics 130:337–364, 2006) parametrization of Nelson and Siegel’s (1987) three factor model and a quasi-maximum likelihood approach. The results indicate that global factors explain on average 55% of the variance of yields. Using impulse response analysis, we examine the effects of shocks to the factors on yields. We find that the response of yields to shocks to global factors is larger and longer-lasting than the response to shocks to local factors.

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