Globalization’s effect on interest rates and the yield curve
AbstractGlobalization’s impact on the relationship between short- and long-term interest rates poses potentially formidable challenges for central banks around the world. It underscores the importance of formulating monetary policy in a credible, consistent and forward-looking way and better communicating it to the public. Adopting these virtues will help anchor long-run inflationary expectations and decrease associated risk premiums. It will also help the public better understand central banks’ behavior and decrease the perceived uncertainty of future monetary policy. Globalization may also call for greater cooperation and coordination of policy worldwide because international financial conditions increasingly affect the price of credit in all major countries.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas in its journal Economic Letter.
Volume (Year): 1 (2006)
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- Byrne, Joseph P. & Fazio, Giorgio & Fiess, Norbert, 2012.
"Interest rate co-movements, global factors and the long end of the term spread,"
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- Joseph P. Byrne & Giorgio Fazio & Norbert Fiess, 2010. "Interest Rate Co-movements, Global Factors and the Long End of the Term Spread," Working Papers, Business School - Economics, University of Glasgow 2010_10, Business School - Economics, University of Glasgow.
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