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A bond is a fixed-income instrument generating cash flows at some specific dates in the futures. These cash-flows depend on the interest rate of the bond, which can either be fixed or variable. It is a debt instrument acting as a loan made from the buyer to the seller.

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What is the most convincing method/formula for carry and rolldown (in nominal terms) of inflation protected bonds

It is interesting that there is no thorough discussion and clear derivation on this per my search. I know TIPS are complex (compared to nominal bonds). The naive use of simple spot/forward yield ...
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Normal VaR for short bond

So I'm short a GBP denominated zero-coupon bond which has a face value of 1 million pounds and a remaining maturity of 6 months. Furthermore, I have to assume that the daily return of a 6-month zero ...
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What is the state of the art govie bond term structure recently

Specifically, the US govt bond market is segmented and the shape is difficult to model in a structural model, because recently there is a maturity gap from 12 to 20 year, and the front and back ends ...
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Distribution and parameters for the amount at time T of Bond

An investor follows the following investment strategy from time t to time T: buys a 10-year zero coupon bond, holds it for a time-length dt, sells it and buys a new 10-year ZCB with the proceeds. The ...
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Bond Change in Absolute or Relatively Percentage

Since most of the bonds prices are quoted in price, for example, bond price of 103 means 103% of the principal or face value (ex. $1000). Suppose a bond has modified duration of 4.62 years. If yield ...
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Question About Negative and Positive Convexity

I read the following paragraph from investopedia: https://www.investopedia.com/terms/c/convexity.asp If a bond's duration increases as yields increase, the bond is said to have negative convexity. In ...
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Just wondering any algo strategy popular for vanilla bond trading?

I got extensive experience on algo trading for cash equity, FX, so just wondering any algo strategy popular for vanilla bond trading?
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How to get the price of a bond if the yield is given or viceversa in QuantLib

For example Can u provide with a detailed example please if i have ( maturity, issue date, coupon, frequency, days_countbase, (price or yield) what is the (yield or price given this information. ...
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Value of a 30 year bond using the Yield curve

If I buy a $1 30 year bond with 4% coupon payment, would my cash flow be: $$ V^{30}(t) = \frac{$1 \times0.04}{1 + R(t, 1)} + \frac{$1 \times0.04}{1 + R(t, 2)} + \cdots + \frac{$1 + $1 \times0.04}{1 + ...
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Hedging Bond portfolio with Futures

I am working on a risk department. Our portfolio contains mostly some long German bond 15y and we tend to hedge it through BUXL and BOBL via PCA but our 15y key rate duration is not properly covered. ...
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Valuing a floating-rate bond [duplicate]

Suppose we have a floating-rate bond with arbitrary face value. I am given to understand that the value of such a bond is the face value, at the time it is issued and also after each coupon payment. ...
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parameter in FixedRateBondHelper of quantlib

I'm working with 10 bonds with different maturity and want to get the zero curve. I tried the quantlib. However, I cannot understand the parameter in FixedRateBondHelper. Here is my code: ...
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What does the word “affine” mean in affine term structure models?

I am new to the field of Mathematical Finance and wanted to get an idea on the intuitive, physical and mathematical meaning of the term "affine" in Affine term structure models. Any literature ...
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Pricing coupon bond on weekly basis effectively

I have a coupon bond with $NV=20 000 000$ and coupon $4\% p.a.$, assumed the coupon is paid annually (I don't have this stated explicitly). Let's assume, the starting date is 27.4.2015, so the first ...
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Is the value of an Asset-Swap (Underlying + Swap) the same value as a floating-rate bond with the same issuer, maturity, etc.?

I am trying to evaluate the impact of switching an Asset-Swap Package (fixed bond + Swap) into a floating rate bond of the same issuer with the same notional and maturity. My intuition would tell me ...
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Fixed rate bond historical simulation

I am using the QuantLib library to determine the historical simulation prices of a fixed rate bond. The idea behind my simulation is to use the spot curve as driver of the bond price. Let $\{y^{j}(t)\...
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What estimation method is best to conduct event study on unconventional monetary policy

I have collected bond yield data from 01/01/2008:31/12/2019 for several euro-zone countries. I would like to conduct an event study analysis of the main Non standard measures announced by central ...
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How could Renaissance Technologies have near real-time prices on corporate bonds and other debt? [closed]

Julie Segal, What Renaissance Technologies has that you don't..., Institutional Investor, October 17, 2017. Does this just mean they are aggregating data from vendors like MarketAxess? Or is ...
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Bond agreggation

I'm working on an asset and liabilities model for life insurance as a school project, one of the inputs of the model is a bond portfolio, for the sake of optimization of computation speed (the model ...
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future hedge and risk of bond basis trading

I am reading some book about bond basis trading. Assume we have 1M TY CTD and we simultaneously short TY front contract. So we long the basis. The risk should be relatively small. But when I read ...
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Macaulay or modified duration in Python

i was wondering to ask, is there any function in pyhton, that calculates macaulay or modified duration, when time to maturity is not a whole number, for example time to maturity is 1514 days, and you ...
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Black-Cox yield spreads

From Lando (2004)* I am trying to replicate the following figure (Section 2.6 Default Barriers: The Black-Cox Setup): The spreads are computed as follows: $$s(T) = \frac{1}{T}\ln\frac{D}{B_0}-r$$ ...
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Question about financial mathematics, meeting a claim

I have a question regarding exercise 12, chapter 1 of "A course in Financial Calculus" by Alison Etheridge. It is as follows: "Suppose that the value of a certain stock at time $T$ is a random ...
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Risk-Neutral Pricing Formula for Zero-coupon bonds with Default Risk

I am looking for the equations or papers showing the risk-neutral pricing for zero-coupon bonds including default risk. I already tried Googling and searching SSRN and Jstor.
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Pricing 5Y US treasury day count convention

I am trying to price a simple 5Y US T Bill. The pricing should be fairly straightforward, however my result is still off by a significant amoaunt. I think the daycount fraction is incorrect, but I am ...
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$E_p(e^{-\int_j^k r(t)dt})=B(0,j)$

Consider $r(t)$ the spot rate of default-free interest where $B(t,T)$ represents the $T$-maturity zero-coupon bond price at time $t$. Also assume, we are taking the expectation under the risk-netural ...
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Arbitrage argument with bonds

Let $B(t,T)$ denote the cost at time t of a risk-free 1 euro bond, at time T. Assume that the interest rate is a deterministic function. Show that the absence of arbitrage requires that: $ B(0,1) B(1,...
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Fixed income management problem

First of all, hope everyone is safe and sound. I would like to describe the following scenario and my thinking Welcome any comments on my thought process!!! 3 swaps outstanding Pay fixed 100mln, ...
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Difference between par value and principal?

Could someone explain what is the difference between principal and par value in terms of a bond? Thanks!
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US Treasury: given YTM, calculate price

According to https://www.marketwatch.com/investing/bond/tmubmusd10y At the end of 3/13/2020, the 10 Year Note (maturing 2/15/2030, coupon rate 1.5%) has: yield = 0.981% price = 104 9/32 Assuming a ...
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Jensen’s inequality in Convexity adjustment premium

I'm preparing for my FRM II test in May. Could someone help to explain where does the 0.0823 come from? 😥
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Formula for bond after-tax total return?

I'm interested in calculating the after tax total return on a fixed coupon bond. In Fabozzi's "Fixed Income Mathematics", 4th ed, p. 149, a formula for "after-tax coupon income interest on interest" ...
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Optimized search for yield-to-worst of a callable bond

Suppose that I need to find the yield-to-worst of a callable bond, and that the option is American (call any time). The bond may have step-up coupons and/or non-constant call price (oprion strike). ...
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Discount margin on FRN - widening but bond price increasing?

Why would a bonds discount margin widen but its price increase? Shouldn't the price be falling when margins are widening? Looking at the bond pricing formula, if the price is higher doesn't the rate ...
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Bond one period holding return definition

In the literature I am reading Crump & Gospodinov Deconstructing the yield curve, Federal Reserve Bk of NY, Staff Report 884 (2019), I came across the definition for a one period holding return of ...
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Hedging with a different underlying - bond options case

I'm working on government-bond options pricing (Black-Scholes world, nothing fancy). In EUR, that's pretty much a "non market" in the sense that there's pretty much no quotes, so no implied vols, no ...
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Is callable bond pricing available in Quantlib XL?

I am able to find documentation for pricing callable bonds in Quantlib Python or C++, however, I am struggling to locate it for Quantlib XL. Is there a way to price callable fixed-rate bonds in ...
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Constructing an arbitrage opportunity for a company involving Forwards

Let's say an investor enters a long forward contract on 100 units of underlying assets $S$ and maturity $T$ = 4 years. The asset $S$ pays no dividends and the spot price of one asset is $S_0$ = £5. ...
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How are the notionals on proceeds-weighted bond butterflies calculated?

Most LDI (Liability-Driven Investment) accounts construct bond butterfly (fly) trades by weighting them according to proceeds. This creates two constraints: The fly is duration-neutral (the usual ...
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How required yield affects price of the bond and how the durations changes

can somebody answer, those two theoretical questions? How does the bond price depend on the desired yield (market interest rates)? How the duration changes if we have a shorter / longer maturity and ...
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Duration of portfolio equals to zero

I am solving the following problem: Consider a 2000 dollars bond with maturity of 5 years and a half-year coupon of 25 dollars at a nominal interest rate of 8% p.a and a consolidation bond (...
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Quantlib for Amortizing securitized loans with option for prepayment

I have not had much experience with QuantLib, but from a brief look through the docs it doesn't necessarily seem suited to my task. Consider a mortgage backed loan. There are various options on ...
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Bonds are traded and settled at clean price or Dirty price? [closed]

Are Bonds are traded and settled at clean price or Dirty price ?
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Discount factor in Hull-White model

Consider a Hull-White model $dr(t)=\left(\theta(t)-a(t) r(t)\right) dt + \sigma dW(t)$ with parameters $a=0.1$ $\sigma=0.3$ $\theta(t)$ was calibrated to match $P(0,t)=\exp(-\mu t)$ with: $\mu=0.2$...
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How to proof the formula to be martingale under ITO process?

How can implies that is a martingale when using the defaultable bond price?
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Bond arbitrage in practice

If we have the following term structure for riskless bonds: \begin{array} {|c|c|} \hline \text{Maturity} & \text{\$1 Zero-Bond price}\\ \hline \text{0 years} & \$ 1.00 \\ \hline \text{1 years}...
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What does volume dimension means?

In an exchange documentation, I see a definition for Volume Dimension parameter, Volume dimension: Shares are normally traded in Quantity, bonds in Nominal. Ok I can understand quantity but what ...
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Is this regression suitable for fixed income products (negative interest rates)?

I am currently looking at a regression which tries to model EWMA volatility in the presence of negative interest rates. The regression is as follows and uses absolute return instead of relative in ...
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Calculating bond prices from constant maturity yield

Goal: turn a constant maturity yield time series into bond prices. The federal reserve has great data series including this one. This is a time series of historical treasury bond yields and I need to ...
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Bond whose amortization scheme initiates at a later time in its life?

Is there any type of bond whose amortization initiates at a later time in its life? For example the first year we observe interest-only payments and after year 1 there initiates an amortization ...

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