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Monetary policy implications of the dependence of long term interest rates on disagreement about macroeconomic forecasts

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  • Eric Dor

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    (IESEG School of Management (LEM-CNRS))

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Recent studies show that disagreement regarding the future evolution of activity, inflation, or long and short interest rates, significantly forecasts holding excess returns. These studies include the papers of Buraschi and Whelan (2012), Barillas and Nimark (2012), Xiong and Yan (2010), Wu (2009) Such results challenge the common view that, under the expectations hypothesis of the term structure, the excess holding return should be unpredictable. The new evidence thus means that the risk premium is time-varying, moving as a function of disagreement. It is useful to discuss the potential implications of such theoretical results and empirical evidence on related monetary policy issues.

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Paper provided by IESEG School of Management in its series Working Papers with number 2012-ECO-13.

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Length: 6 pages
Date of creation: Dec 2012
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Handle: RePEc:ies:wpaper:e201213

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