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Patrones de Fluctuación de la curva de rendimientos en Argentina

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  • Miguel Delfiner

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Con datos históricos previos al default correspondientes a bonos colocados en el mercado local (Letes y Bontes) y en el internacional (bonos Globales), se emplea la técnica de componentes principales para analizar los desplazamientos de la curva de rendimientos en el mercado de bonos. Se concluye que en la mayoría de los casos aproximadamente un 75% del movimiento de la curva queda explicado por desplazamientos paralelos, un 10% adicional por cambios de pendiente, siendo por construcción estos movimientos independientes entre sí. También se estudia la aplicabilidad de las técnicas desarrolladas en este documento a las diversas series de LEBAC en $ existentes actualmente en el mercado.

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  • Miguel Delfiner, 2004. "Patrones de Fluctuación de la curva de rendimientos en Argentina," CEMA Working Papers: Serie Documentos de Trabajo. 259, Universidad del CEMA.
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