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Bond risk premia

John H. Cochrane

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Published
**2002** by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .

Written in English

- Rate of return -- Forecasting -- Econometric models.,
- Bonds -- Prices -- Forecasting -- Econometric models.,
- Interest rates -- Forecasting -- Econometric models.,
- Risk -- Forecasting.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | John H. Cochrane, Monika Piazzesi. |

Genre | Econometric models. |

Series | NBER working paper series -- no. 9178, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 9178. |

Contributions | Piazzesi, Monika., National Bureau of Economic Research. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 44 p. : |

Number of Pages | 44 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL22442040M |

The basic idea behind my approach is as follows. I extend the model of one-year risk premia in Cochrane and Piazzesi () by modeling the term structure of risk premia, and forecasting the return forecasting factors along the lines described in Cochrane Piazzesi (), via the traditional level, slope, and curvature yield curve factors.

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AbstractThe return forecasting factor is a linear combination of forward rates that seems to predict 1-year excess bond returns of bond of all maturities better than traditional measures obtained from the yield curve.

If this single factor actually captures all the relevant fluctuations in bond risk premia, then it should also summarize all the economically relevant variations in excess. Bond Risk Premia By JOHN H.

C OCHRANE AND M ONIKA P IAZZESI * We study time variation in expected excess Bond risk premia book returns. We run regressions of one-year excess returns on initial forward rates. We Þnd that a single factor, a single tent-shaped linear combination of forward rates, predicts excess returns on one- to Þve-year maturity bonds with R.

Appendix to “Bond Risk Premia” John H. Cochrane and Monika Piazzesi December 9 Revised Sept 15 ; typos ﬁxedinEquations(D)-(D) A Additional Results A.1 Unrestricted forecasts Table A1 reports the point estimates of the unrestricted regression.

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estimate of the bond risk premium. According to this approach, the ex-ante bond risk premium averaged % over this sample period, close to the ex-post risk premium from Dimson, Marsh and Staunton ().

The current bond risk U.S. year bond risk premium (%) 10File Size: KB. Get this from a library. Bond risk premia. [John H Cochrane; Monika Piazzesi; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: This paper studies time variation in expected excess bond returns.

We run Bond risk premia book of annual excess returns on forward rates. We find that a single factor predicts 1-year excess returns. bond returns (bond risk premia) and the macro economy. In Ludvigson and Ng (), we used a new approach. We used a small number of estimated (static) factors instead of a handful of observed predictors in the predictive re-gressions, where the factors are estimated from a large panel of macroeconomic data using.

Description EDHEC is launching the EDHEC Bond Risk Premium Monitor in September Its purpose is to offer to the investment and academic communities a tool to quantify and analyse the risk premium associated with Government bonds (with an initial focus on US Treasuries).

We calculate Bond risk premia book risk premium using two distinct methods: (i) a purely statistical method and (ii) a model-based method. Buy The Yield Curve and Financial Risk Premia: Implications for Monetary Policy the conduct of monetary policy and the underlying macroeconomic factors of bond price movements.

Moreover, the book identifies a broad risk-taking channel of monetary transmission which allows a reassessment of the role of financial constraints; it enables Cited by: 4. Secondly, we investigate the fundamental determinants of bond risk premia by running a panel regression of year bond risk premium on financial and macroeconomic factors.

In order to capture the possible differences in the behaviour of sovereign bond risk premiums across different regimes, we employ a panel threshold regression model based on Cited by: 2. The table reports average variance risk premiums (mean) and average Sharpe ratios (SRs) for the three different tenors (30 year, 10 year, and 5 year) and different maturities ranging from 10 days to 1 year.

Variance risk premiums are computed by subtracting the implied variance as in Equation (6) from the ex post realized variance as in Cited by: Risk compensation (excess return) is frequently call the "term premia," which is the difference between the actual long yield and the expectation hypothesis consistent long yield.

According to this view, a well-designed risk premia portfolio consists, Junean investment tool kit consisting of a of a collection of assumed risks that respect a basic set of investment principles: 1.

The assumed risks should be well known, investable and scalable. The risk premia should possess a sound rationale with respect toFile Size: KB. The increase in the yield, or interest rate, is the risk premium of the bond.

Yardstick for Bond Risk To determine the risk premium on bonds, you need a benchmark. The first risk factor to be identified is the market factor, which delivers the so-called market premium. According to the capital asset pricing model (CAPM), the market premium is the only risk premium available to investors.

However, a host of empirical work has uncovered additional factors that entail significant risk premia. Bond Risk Premia John H. Cochrane, Monika Piazzesi. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in September NBER Program(s):Asset Pricing Program, Economic Fluctuations and Growth Program, Monetary Economics Program.

This paper studies time variation in expected excess bond returns. We run regressions of annual excess returns on forward rates. We reaffirm the stylized fact that bond risk premia are time-varying with macroeconomic condition, even with real-time macro data instead of commonly used final revised data.

While real-time data are noisier and render standard forecasts insignificant, we find that, with four efficient target-driven methods, they still contain enough Author: Dashan Huang, Fuwei Jiang, Guoshi Tong, Guofu Zhou.

sentiment variables and the existence of a risk premium in bond markets. More specifically, our interest is in assessing the statistical predictive power of investor sentiment for describing bond risk premia at different maturities.

To do this, we extend the methodology proposed by Cochrane and Piazzesi () and Ludvigson and NgFile Size: KB. Robust Bond Risk Premia Michael D. Baueryand James D. Hamiltonz Ap Revised: Abstract A consensus has recently emerged that variables beyond the level, slope, and curvature of the yield curve can help predict bond returns.

This paper shows that the statistical tests. PART IV THE PREDICTABILITY OF BOND RETURNS 9 International Bond Risk Premia Introduction Literature Review Notation and International Bond Market Data Unconditional Risk Premia Conditional Risk Premia Understanding Bond Risk Premia Conclusion and Outlook References Author: Pietro Veronesi.

Macro Factors in Bond Risk Premia interest rates, and too little is attributed to changes in the compensation for bearing risk.

The restofthisarticleisorganized as follows. Inthe next section, webrießy review the related literature not discussed above. We begin with the inves-tigation of risk premia in bond returns.

Section 3 lays out the. In contrast, long-term bond risk premia feature cyclical swings. We empirically examine the predictability of the market variance risk premium – a proxy of economic uncertainty – for bond risk premia and we show the strong predictive power for the one month horizon Cited by: “Risk-premia investing [means to] identify, analyse, build and develop strategies that in some way improve risk-adjusted returns There is no formal definition of what constitutes a risk premium beyond the concept that investors should reap a reward for bearing some kind of risk we have decided that a risk premium has: 1.

Demonstrated. Risk premia refers to the amount by which the return of a risky asset is expected to outperform the known return on a risk-free asset. Equity market exposure is the best-known risk premium, rewarding investors for taking exposure to long-only equity investments.

Other risk premia include the size factor, where small-cap stocks tend to outperform large-cap stocks, and the value factor, where.

Bond Risk Premia: The New Frontier in Factor Investing and Smart Beta. corporate bond: book value of assets, total dividends, total cash flow, sales and face value of the debt issue. First, weights are computed for each corporation and with respect to each factor, by using the trailing five-year average of each of the above metrics over the.

The Yield Curve and Financial Risk Premia: Implications for Monetary Policy (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems) [Felix Geiger] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The determinants of yield curve dynamics have been thoroughly discussed in finance models. However, little can be said about the macroeconomic factors behind the movements of short- and long.

premia, first as standalone entities and second in the context of a portfolio of risk premia. We first define a set of requirements that a risk premium has to satisfy and. Premium Bond: A premium bond is a bond trading above its par value ; a bond trades at a premium when it offers a coupon rate higher than prevailing interest rates.

This is because investors want a. stocks to stock and bond risk premia. The model generates the observed value spread as well as the observed sensitivities of excess returns and dividend growth to the bond risk premium.

It does so because times when CP is high are times of low marginal utility growth when value stocks receive better news about future cash ﬂows than growth stocks.

That is, we analyze different manifestations of bond risk premia besides 1-year excess bond returns. We find that a given return forecasting factor only outperforms the first principal components for the horizon for which it has been constructed, and that the first three principal components predict bond returns better than the return Author: Agustin Gutierrez.

In a slightly different context, Mueller, Vedolin, and Zhou () argue that the U.S. variance risk premium predicts bond risk premia, beyond the predictability afforded by forward rates, while.

statistically independent risk premia. A non-exhaustive list of risk premia is presented to the right in Exhibit 1. These risk premia all share some basic properties. They are all well known, investable, scalable and well documented in both academic and practitioner literature, and possess a sound rationale with respect to the returns they have File Size: KB.

Bond Risk Premia in Consumption-based Models Drew D. Creal Chicago Booth Jing Cynthia Wu Chicago Booth and NBER First draft: Ma Current draft: April 2, Abstract The literature on recursive preference attributes all the time variation in bond risk premia to stochastic volatility.

We introduce another source: time-varying prices. Alternative Thinking | Style Premia / Bond Returns 3 compared to the roles of market risk premia and manager skill (and luck).

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Downloadable. The return forecasting factor is a linear combination of forward rates that seems to predict one-year excess bond returns of bond of all maturities better than traditional measures obtained from the yield curve.

If this single factor actually captures all the relevant fluctuations in bond risk premia, then it should also summarize all the economically relevant variations in Author: Agustin Gutierrez, Constantino Hevia, Martin Sola.

Downloadable. This paper studies time variation in expected excess bond returns. We run regressions of annual excess returns on forward rates. We find that a single factor predicts 1-year excess returns on year maturity bonds with an R2 up to 43%. The single factor is a tent-shaped linear function of forward rates.

The return forecasting factor has a clear business cycle correlation. mean and volatility of equity and long term bond risk premia; Brennan, Wang, and Xia (), that assumes that the investment opportunity set is completely described by two state variables given by the real interest rate and the maximum Sharpe ratio, and the state variables (estimated using US Treasury bond yields and in ation data) are shown to be.

In particular, based on the work of Diaz et al., we propose econometric models to decompose risk premia into two different sources of risk:5 (1) compensation for changes in the credit environment associated with business and macro conditions (and therefore for unexpected changes in the creditworthiness of the bond issuer), which investors Author: Sara Cecchetti.

whether there is a risk premium in corporate bond spreads. As part of our analysis, we show that differences in corporate and government rates should be measured in terms of spot rates rather than yield to maturity. Differences in spot rates between corporates and government bonds (the corporate spotFile Size: KB.

the excess returns, bond risk premia, on the U.S. government bonds. For examples, while Fama and Bliss () provide evidence that the n-year forward spread predicts n-year bond risk premia, Keim and Stambaugh (), Fama and French (), and Campbell and Shiller () show that.risk add no forecasting power for bond risk premia above and beyond the income gap.

This is again consistent with our interpretation, since bond risk premia should de book-to-market, momentum, and bond portfo-lios with a high R2. Adrian et al. () show evidence consistent with a dynamic.