# 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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### Excel for bootstrapping semi-annual bond

I have cash flows with me, and need to calculate the discount factors or zero coupon rates. I know about NPV and XNPV, but I don't have dates, and I'm not sure whether these work for S/A payments. ...
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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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### Construction of vol term structure for Libor

When we want to construct Interest rate term structure we look at various market instruments like futures, swaps etc. and using ...
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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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### Estimating a Yield Curve in a country without Bond Stripping

I am currently working under estimating a Yield Curve. From my understanding common procedures to construct a yield Curve like Nelson Siegel have the input of a series of different zero rates and ...
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### Convexity in interest rate curve bootstrapping

Whether the bootstrapping is a multicurve one or not, one can use futures quotes. One link these quotes to corresponding (synthetic) forwards (that can be expressed as known functions of zero-coupons) ...
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### Bootstrapping - why PAR instruments

I understand the mechanism of use bootstrapping to create a yield curve. However, why do we choose a PAR (bond/swap) in creating the curve? Is it for simplicity? Is it possible to use non-PAR ...
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### Sharpe testing in R

My goal test: The statistical significance of the difference in Sharpe ratio between funds A and B. My data: I have daily prices from January 23 2008 until 10th of April 2019 (n = 2818 observations). ...
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### RUGARCH (output) and Residual Resampling using GARCH(1,1)

I try to replicate the methodology proposed by Freedman and Peters (1984a, 1984b) which was applied in the famous paper by Brock, Lakonishok and LeBaron (1992) to generate many artificial log return ...
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### Quantlib-Python: use zero rates to get the originally bootstrapped curve

Let's say I am trying to build a curve using deposits, future and swaps with one of the three Quantlib methods in Python as below: ...