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External shocks and fluctuations in the domestic real rate of interest

V. Hugo Juan-Ramon

External shocks and fluctuations in the domestic real rate of interest

by V. Hugo Juan-Ramon

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Written in English


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Statementby V. Hugo Juan-Ramon.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 89/199 (H)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationv, 79 leaves.
Number of Pages79
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Open LibraryOL1827324M
LC Control Number89894406

Real rate of interest = (Nominal rate of interest minus−Anticipated rate of inflation) The frequency and size of fluctuations around the trend has decreased since World War II. external shocks. During the past 60 years, the percentage of the U.S. population that is male and employed has. fallen by about 20 percentage points. 18th World IMACS / MODSIM Congress, Cairns, Australia July The Effect of External Shocks on Macroeconomic Fluctuations: Implications for a Monetary Union in East Asia Sato, K. 1, Z.Y. Zhang2 and M. McAleer3 1 Faculty of Economics, Yokohama National University, Japan 2 School of Accounting, Finance and Economics, Edith Cowan University, Australia.

The effects of COVID shocks on domestic economic activity in most countries, including production disruptions and restrictions to trade – e.g., travels – explain the downfall. function. We conclude that, in the face of most of the external shocks, a policy rule that responds to exchange rate misalignments smooths inflation and output variability, while marginally increasing interest rate fluctuations. On the other hand, for some domestic innovations such a rule performs poorly.

a decreasing function of disposable income and an increasing function of the real exchange rate. Under fixed exchange rates. setting their domestic interest rate equal to the U.S. interest rate. In the case of a domestic monetary shock, floating exchange rates.   In our model, crises are driven by external shocks, particularly foreign interest rate and terms of trade shocks, which drive payments imbalances. In a reversal of conventional causality, we show how a currency crisis can then produce a domestic fiscal crisis.


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External shocks and fluctuations in the domestic real rate of interest by V. Hugo Juan-Ramon Download PDF EPUB FB2

Economic Shock: An economic shock is an event that occurs outside of an economy, and produces a significant change within an economy. Table 1 summarizes the estimates of the fraction of the variance in variables in emerging markets caused by external shocks and U.S.

monetary policy shocks. For comparison, Table 1 includes the estimates of the fraction of the variance in the Federal Funds rate, the U.S. price level and U.S. real output caused by U.S. monetary policy shocks.

External shocks are an important source of Cited by: Estimated structural VARs show that external shocks are an important source of macroeconomic fluctuations in emerging markets. Furthermore, U.S. monetary policy shocks affect interest rates and Author: Bartosz Maćkowiak.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper examines the behavior of capital inflows and the real exchange rate in Brazil during the period The first part de-scribes the analytical framework.

The second part estimates (using monthly data) a near-VAR linking capital flows, changes in domestic and foreign nominal interest rates, changes in the. Downloadable. This paper examines the relative importance of external shocks as sources of business cycle fluctuations in Mexico, and identifies the dynamic responses of domestic output to foreign disturbances.

Using a VAR model with block exogeneity restrictions, it finds that U.S. shocks explain a large share of Mexico's macroeconomic fluctuations after NAFTA.

To illustrate the impact of external shocks, consider a temporary drop in the world risk-free interest rate by 35 basis points at a quarterly rate, or about basis points at an annual rate. 15 The magnitude of this shock is relatively large by historical standards but it helps to illustrate well the transmission mechanism.

studies report that external shocks as the main source to the business cycle fluctuation. Among them are et al. (), Rzigui (), Edwards Ahmed (), Sosa () and Sosa and Cashin (). Incontrast, other studies reveal that domestic shocks have larger impact relative to that of external shocks in determining the business cycle dynamics.

trialized countries, and that mean reversion in real exchange rates displays signif-icant nonlinearities. However, further work investigating the effects of real shocks on the long-run equilibrium level also seems warranted.

[JEL F31] T he purchasing power parity (PPP) exchange rate is the exchange rate. exchange rate volatility can be grouped into domestic real shocks affecting supply, domestic real shocks affecting demand, external real shocks and nominal shocks reflecting changes in money supply.

In the standard Dornbursch () model, unanticipated monetary policy shocks generate large variations in the exchange rate. Like the inflation rate, interest rates in South Africa for the periodhave been fluctuating at a constant rate, around 5% (South Africa Interest Rate ).

Therefore, if. This chapter describes requirements on assessing interest rate risk in the banking book, ie the current or prospective risk to a bank's capital and to its earnings, arising from the impact of adverse movements in interest rates on its banking book.

Due to the heterogeneous nature of. exchange rate since foreign long-term real interest rates fall by less. Analogously, the transmission of domestic shocks is hardly afiected by whether the foreign economy is in a liquidity trap. In related work, Reifschneider and Williams () argue that there is a signif.

An interest rate is the cost of borrowing money. Or, on the other side of the coin, it is the compensation for the service and risk of lending money. In both cases it keeps the economy moving by.

and the real exchange rate in these countries are driven by external shocks, such as terms of trade, foreign output, and U.S.

real interest rate shocks, versus other economic disturbances (which are identified as real exchange rate, domestic output, and domestic price level shocks). Nominal Shocks and Real Exchange Rate Fluctuations Luciana Juvenaly Federal Reserve Bank of St.

Louis September Abstract I analyze the role of nominal and real shocks on the exchange rate behavior using a structural vector autoregressive model (sVAR) for the US vis-à-vis the rest of the world. the role played by both external factors and domestic shocks in driving GDP fluctuations by the means of impulse response functions and variance decompositions.

We find that external shocks (which include shocks to terms of trade, world interest rate and foreign demand) account for over 50 percent of real GDP fluctuations in Paraguay. 5 Internal versus External Shocks AS described in chapter 4, Korea experienced large current account deficits, slowdowns in growth, and rapid accumulation of external debt during and again during In both periods, the poor performance coincided with internal as well as external.

Downloadable. The aim of this work is to contribute to the literature of the role of foreign factors in determining the fluctuations of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in small, open and developing countries.

The following external variables are considered: terms of trade, foreign GDP, foreign inflation and international interest rates. Using the Dominican Republic as a case study, a. increase in money demand increases the interest rate, adversely affecting the real economy.

This is an argument in favor of fixed rate regimes in order to isolate the real economy from fluctuations in money demand. When shocks are mostly real, floats are, in theory, the more effective choice. When domestic. The pass-through from exchange rates into import prices in the United States is estimated to be quite low, at around 30 percent, and this is often attributed to the fact that imports are mostly invoiced in U.S.

dollars. In addition to this direct impact of exchange rates on import prices, there can also be an effect on domestic prices. Strong wealth effects in response to shocks raise the demand for domestic goods above supply, crowding out external demand and appreciating the terms of trade and the RER.

Building upon the literature on incomplete markets, we then show that similar results are obtained when productivity shocks are nearly permanent, provided the trade.Being the value of a country’s currency for international trade in goods and services, the exchange rate is arguably the most important price in an open economy and thus has both direct and indirect effects on other macroeconomic fundamentals, namely imports, exports, external reserves, interest rates .2 days ago  The global economy entered the COVID crisis with a configuration of external imbalances that has persisted sincewith a corresponding elevation of stocks of .