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Survey data and the interest rate sensitivity of U.S. bank stock returns

Proceedings , Paper 604

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General discussion : the end of large current account deficits : 1970-2002 : are there lessons for the United States?

Proceedings - Economic Policy Symposium - Jackson Hole , Issue Aug , Pages 289-299

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Bank mergers and deposit interest rate rigidity

In this paper I revisit the debate on the impact of bank and market characteristics on the rigidity of retail bank interest rates. Whereas existing research in this area has been exclusively concerned with static measures of bank and market structure, I adopt a dynamic approach which explores the rigidity effects of the changes of bank and market structure generated by bank mergers. I find that bank mergers significantly affect the frequency of changes to deposit rates. In particular, the probability of adjusting deposit rates in response to shocks in money market rates significantly drops ...
Working Papers (Old Series) , Paper 1131

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GSEs, mortgage rates, and the long-run effects of mortgage securitization

Our paper compares mortgage securitization undertaken by government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) with that undertaken by private markets, with an emphasis on how each type of mortgage securitization affects mortgage rates. We build a model illustrating that market structure, government sponsorship, and the characteristics of the mortgages securitized are all important determinants of mortgage rates. We find that GSEs generally--but not always--lower mortgage rates, particularly when the GSEs behave competitively, because the GSEs' implicit government backing allows them to sell securities ...
Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 2001-26

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Interest rate operating procedures of foreign central banks

Proceedings , Paper 1, pt. 1

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Money supply announcements and real economic activity

Research Working Paper , Paper 89-10

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The time consistency of monetary and fiscal policies

Are optimal monetary and fiscal policies time consistent in a monetary economy? Yes, but if and only if under commitment the Friedman rule of setting nominal interest rates to zero is optimal. This result is of applied interest because the Friedman rule is optimal for the standard preferences used in applied work, those consistent with the growth facts. (Replaced by Staff Report No: 305)
Working Papers , Paper 616

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Estimating the cost of U.S. indexed bonds

A presentation of an equilibrium bond-pricing model driven by two stochastic factors: the real interest rate and the expected rate of inflation. The models parameters are estimated using a maximum-likelihood technique based on a Kalman filter.
Working Papers (Old Series) , Paper 9701

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Changing money demand?

FRBSF Economic Letter

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Interest rates in leading countries

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Sep



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