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Lecturas Alternativas de la Estructura a Plazo: Una Breve Revisión de literatura

  • Angélica Arosemena

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    Consideraciones de equilibrio general o, por lo menos, más que parcial han permitido distintas lecturas a la curva de rendimientos. En este trabajo se presentan algunas de dichas las cuales básicamente la asocian con su capacidad de predicción de expectativas de inflación, tasas de interés, actividad económica y déficit fiscal.Excepto para las tasas de interés, la curva de rendimientos parece ser un instrumento exitoso en materia de predicción. Clasificación JEL:E43,E31,E32,H60.

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