Questions tagged [bootstrapping]

Bootstrapping is primarily a method for constructing a (zero-coupon) fixed-income yield curve from the prices of a set of coupon-bearing products, e.g. deposits, forwards/futures, bonds, swaps etc. The term convers also any recursive procedure of the same kind, for instance default probability curve bootstrapping, caplet volatility bootstrapping.

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How does Bloomberg bootstrap CASH Instruments?

Given the following datas : If we do the bootstrap methodology for CASH Instrument we gotta : Calculate the DF associated to the Market Quoted Rate (2.91157). For the 3M Fixing we have : T = 0.26115. ...
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Bootstrap Reality Check - Why does it only assess the best trading strategy?

I wonder why White's BRC only determines whether the best trading strategy is statistically profitable. What prevents us from comparing the average V of the second best strategy (i.e. square root of ...
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Convert UST Yield Curve to Spot Curve (Zero Coupon) using bootstrapping

Having the following UST Active Curve : Tenor Tenor ticker bid_yield Coupon 1M 912796XM Govt 1.891 0 2M 912796XV Govt 2.225 0 3M 912796V6 Govt 2.52 0 6M 912796XS Govt 3.026 0 1Y 912796XQ Govt 3....
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Forward Equity Curve Computation

I have been thinking about how forward equity prices are usually computed. For the purpose of simplicity, let us take a share paying deterministic discrete dividends $(D_i)$ at times $(T_i)$ with a ...
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Why the 3M Zero Rate is not equal to the 3M Cash Rate? On Bloomberg yield curve bootstrapping

Can someone explain to me why the 3M Zero Rate is not equal to the 3M Cash Rate? Thanks.
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Trying to learn to bootstrap with the Treasury Curve and can't seem to get a result that makes sense

I'm trying to learn to bootstrap and am taking some bonds from the Treasury curve: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1vA7s4ZfFzGfTji_d9cLUid5rqyaugRrI0etCW_3Jb6w/edit?usp=sharing For some reason ...
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Yield curve bootstrapping: direct market rates vs discount factors interpolation

From my understanding, there are (most generally speaking) two approaches for bootstrapping the yield curve (with an exact method). We can either interpolate between the market quotes (interbank ...
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How Bloomberg calculates discount rates for zero rate curves?

I would like to ask about discount rates calculation algorithm by Bloomberg terminal. In the image above is possible to notice the discount rate for each term. The short end, instruments from 1 DY up ...
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Bootstrapping when cashflows are irregular

EDIT: this question was previously closed because it was 'assumed that it should be common knowledge'. I advise you to READ THE QUESTION PROPERLY and you will find out is is NOT common knowledge at ...
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Can I use spot rates bootstrapped from a swap curve to price a bond?

Say that some corporation has a long position in a fixed rate bond. To turn this into a float-rate asset, they take a fixed paying position in a fixed/float swap. If we are given the par swap curve, ...
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Calculation and Interpretation of EONIA Forward Rate

I am trying to bootstrapp the OIS Discounting Spot Rate curve and the EONIA Forward curve from a range of OIS EONIA instruments, based upon the referenced article 1. My conundrum with understanding ...
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No. of payments in 15/18/21 month ESTR OIS

I want to construct a zero-curve from EUR OIS rates (IR swaps with ESTR as the floating rate). For bootstrapping, some of the contracts I use have maturities of 15, 18 and 21 months (RIC: EUREST15M= ...
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Annualizing the pay frequency of underlying swaps when bootstrapping the zero curve?

Say I'm looking to bootstrap two zero curves based on two swap curves with different underlying currencies and, consequently, two different pay structures in the swap contracts. For example, say I ...
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Replicating Bloomberg's zero rates bootstrapping

I'm interested in manually replicating the bootstrapping procedure that Bloomberg uses to built ICVS179 (RUB vs MosPrime 3M) curve up to a two years tenor as of October 12th 2021. These are the market ...
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Help with aligning discount factors and forwards for Interest Rate Swap valuation using Quantlib

I am trying to price an IRS using Quantlib. As a natural benchmark for pricing, I use Bloombergs SWPM function. Before digging into the actual pricing, I want to see if my bootstrapping of the curves ...
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Monte Carlo vs. Block Bootstrapping vs. Bootstrapping

Because I can fit e.g. ~25 distributions via empirical cumulative distribution fitting to correlated data (including stable dist.), and then simulate the original data based on correlation (covariance)...
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Bootstrapping discount and forward curve (using ESRA) and price a vanilla swap

I am just starting to use Quantlib, and want to try and replicate the SWPM-functionality in Bloomberg, and price a vanilla 5Y EUR OIS. Below is the overall swap data used in BBG: Overall settings ...
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How to resampling the risk of a specific tenor on a interest rate curve without replace the instrument?

For example, suppose we have an interest rate curve bootstrapped from multiple instruments, at the short end, we used eurodollar future (up to 2Y), at the longer end, we used interest rate swap (3Y to ...
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Bootstrapping semi annual bond

I have a bond that pays out semi-annually. The coupon is 0.14, which means it pays 0.7 after 6 months, and then 100.7 after another 6 months. I need to find the discount factors by bootstrapping. Is ...
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Bootstrapping EURIBOR curve

I’m trying to bootstrap a 1m, 3m and 6m euribor curve. The data I’m using is 3m Euribor swaps, 1m/3m basis spreads and 3m/6m basis spreads. I’ve successfully used quantlib to bootstrap a 3m curve but ...
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Simple Blockbootstrap instead of CircularBlockBootstrap

I am currently trying to Block-Bootstrap my Stock-return data in Python. I am doing that to generate synthetic data. I came across the CircularBlockBootstrap but found in a few discussions here that ...
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RFR boostrapping using RFR OIS: Is convexity adjustment technically necessary?

For single-curve RFR bootstrapping, such as a SOFR-based discounting curve bootstrapped strictly using SOFR fixed-float OIS, I am trying to understand if convexity adjustments are technically ...
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How to Validate and Test a Discount curve (i.e. SOFR, LIBOR, ESTR)

Let's say an Interest Rate/Discount Curve (SOFR, ESTR, LIBOR or any other) is bootstrapped using the standard inputs and market quotes for Cash, Futures, Bonds/Swaps. What are the metrics to be looked ...
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Python QuantLib FuturesRateHelper issue

I'm trying to do bootstrapping using some future rates however encountered some errors below. A reproducible case is as follows: this is constructing a future rate helper with 'IRM1 Comdty' from ...
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How to bootstrap zero coupon rates and what is the relationship with par yields

I understand the basic logic of bootstrapping zero coupon rates (take a bond, discount each cashflow at the prevailing/previously solved zero rate, and solve for the last rate at the last cashflow). I ...
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OIS Floating Leg Value at Swap Start with OIS discounting with payment lag

Is it safe/OK/acceptable to assume that $PV_{float}=1$ at on a Swap that projects and discount with the same OIS index, at starting date, if payments are done with a 2D lag i.e. $t_{pay} = t_{...
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Discount Factor Swap curve

could you please help with DF from 3Y to 10Y, it's approximately the same but I think there is diff in leap year, how I should correct my excel formula to get the Bloomberg values? I am using formula ...
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Calculate zero recovery discount curve from bond yields and cds prices?

Clarifying the below: Given the prices of bonds that are not trading in distress as yet (so yields are meaningful), and data on the CDS spreads, I’ve been looking for some approaches for estimating a ...
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ICVS 133 Bloomberg Curve

This could be a very dumb question but as I'm making my debuts as a Quant and some things have to be clarified as I'm mostly on my own and no way of asking questions to more experienced quants. I'm ...
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Newbie question on volatility surface building

I am trying to build a prototype equity volatility surface for pricing european call options, as a way of learning a new programming language that I am looking at. Is there anything wrong with the ...
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Getting a daily forward OIS rate curve with QuantLib in Python

I am trying to build a 1-day EONIA forward curve with QuantLib giving OIS yields from 1mo to 50yr as input. My current approach consists on (i) obtaining the yield curve with ...
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Bootstrapping Swap Curve

I am trying to get the zero rates from the swap curve for chilean pesos (vs Camara). I tried this code (from a previuos question similar to mine from other person) and I am very close to get the ...
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Models that can improve FHS (with possible residuals manipulation)

The Filtered Historical Simulation (FHS) is a tough benchmark. By: choosing among the most complicated ARMA-GARCH variants with automatic model and lag selection, manipulating standardized residuals ...
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Yield Curve Bootstrapping with FRAs (Excel without QuantLib)

I am trying to bootstrap a 6m Euribor curve using the same instruments as the default Bloomberg curve: 6m Euribor rate, 12 FRAs starting at 1x7 finishing at 12X18, Swap rates 2yrs each year out to ...
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Bootstrapping OIS curve

I am trying to get a zero curve from a series of EONIA-based OIS rates with Quantlib. When comparing my output with Bloomberg, I find some differences (see at the end of the question), and and I don't ...
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How to bootstrap discount factor DF of the settlement period DF(today, today+settlement period)?

Consider an overnight rate $r_{ON}$ and a one-week rate $r_{1W}$.A settlement period of 2 days is associated to the rate $r_{1W}$. In order to compute the overnight discount factor, since the first ...
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I am looking to bootstrap a USD and GBP yield curve: what are some of the futures and swaps I can use that are findable on Bloomberg?

Getting overnight-to-12 month LIBOR on Bloomberg is easy. Had difficulty finding GBP futures (range of maturities) on Bloomberg. Any tips (both USD and GBP)? Swaps (maturities all the way to 30 years) ...
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Block Bootstrapping for synthetic data

I am trying Block Bootstrapping for synthetic data generation. For example in http://www.blackarbs.com/blog/synthetic-data-generation-part-1-block-bootstrapping the author @blackarbsceo use data from ...
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Bootstrap with QuantLib: Fair Swap or zero NPV

In all brevity What is the termination condition used in QuantLib's curve bootstrapping? Can I modify this setup to my needs, e.g. can I tune this to a higher accuracy? Background When bootstrapping ...
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How to do simultaneous dual curve bootstrapping?

I wish to understand how dual curve bootstrapping is done? Lets say we want to bootstrap FF OIS curve and Libor 3 month fwd curve simultaneously. Lets also assume we don't LIBOR-OIS basis swap rates ...
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What is Dual Curve Bootstrapping? And how to do it, with an example?

I am starting to explore this area. My ultimate aim is to build a 3 month LIBOR forward curve. 1) I wish to know what exactly 'Dual Curve Bootstrapping' is (If someone could explain it in clear ...
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Is C(P)CV similar to boostrap?

I am writing to ask if the Combinatorial (Purged) Cross-Validation" method of Marcos Lopez de Prado's "Advances in Financial Machine Learning" book is similar to the idea of bootstrap. If not, what is ...
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In the curve building process, why do we need funding curve and projected curve and what are they exactly in current industry? [duplicate]

I am a newbie to fixed income quant side and I am trying to understand in the curve building process, why do we need funding curve and projected curve and what are they exactly in current industry? ...
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Pricing IRS: bootstrapping zero rate (spot rate) from the swap curve

I would like to ask about swap zero curve calculation algorithm used by Bloomberg. Below is a plain vanilla EUR IRS. I want to calculate >= 2 year spot rates from the market rates. I don't know how to ...
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Why would a 15Y swap index=EUR3M and discount=OIS, show only a EUR3M-delta at 15Y

When computing the index-delta for a swap in a multi-curve framework, only the last cash tenor seem to show sensitivity. Could anyone explain with formulas why it is the case ? For example a 15Y swap ...
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MATLAB - Probability Default with CDS Bootstrapping

I have not understood which "zerorati" I must use for the bootstrap of the PD from the curve of the CDS spreads. Can you help me please? I consulted O'Kane (2008) and Brigo and Mercurio (2006), but I'...
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SOFR term structure

Recently I have been going through a lot of documents for SOFR (Secured Overnight Financing Rate) as there is a SOFR implementation in my organization. I am not able to understand how SOFR term ...
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LIBOR Curve bootstrapping and compounding

I am currently reading about swap pricing based on using the LIBOR curve to calculate spot rates, forward rates, and discount rates. From what I understand LIBOR is quoted as a simple interest rate ...
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Priips : how can we proove that bootstrapping method converges to cornish fisher for category 2 priips products?

Bootstraping method used for category 3 products is in fact used also for category 2 products. but how can we mathematically proove that the first one is suitable for category 2 priips and that it ...
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Bloomberg SWPM Zero Rate Curve Conventions

Referencing : Bloomberg SWPM: Day count to calculate discount factor for US0003M Hi, I have a hard time reproducing the conversions between Discount factors and zero rates for an XCCY Swap I have ...