Long Rate

Long Rate

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The maximum amount you can borrow is higher at 75 per cent of the value of the property but the deal is not portable, which could be an issue with such a long rate.
The two-factor affine model depends on the monthly changes in the long and short rates and on monthly averages of the long rate and short rate levels.
Now we turn to the more interesting case in which the long rate, [R.sub.t], is for a bond with a maturity of more than two periods.
In this case, ot only is the expectations hypothesis rejected, but the spread predicts the wrong direction of the subsequent movement in the long rate.
The expectations theory also implies that the rate of return on a long-term asset can be represented as a long average of expected future short-term returns, so that the long rate should vary less than the short rate.
Since n [greater than] m, we will refer to the n-period rate as the long rate and the m-period bond as the short rate.
Researchers have used two broad approaches to examine effects of quantity-based monetary policy measures on long-term interest rates: (i) reduced form correlations where changes in long rates are regressed on past changes in money stock and (ii) long rate models that use a broad range of fundamental determinants along with quantity-based policy variables.
The pronounced fall in interest rates in 1993 has given way to a clear increase in the long rate during 1994.
The maximum amount you can borrow is lower at 65 per cent of the value of the property and the product is portable, which could be useful on such a long rate.
Nevertheless, the appropriate rule of thumb is still to view 85 percent of any change in the long rate as reflecting a shift in the stochastic trend.

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