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Day-count conventions for the floating leg of an asset swap

Which is the day-count convention in order to compute the floating leg of an asset swap? I don't know if it is: Act/360, Act/365, 30/360 or 30/365.
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Macaulay duration of an IRS receiver [closed]

how can I compute the duration of an IRS receiver? and how can I use it to compute the Delta of IRS?
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price of IRS receiver fixed rate [closed]

I have price a IRS receiver fixed rate, and I am told to approximate the PV of IRS with a long fixed rate bond, with coupons assigned by the swap rate and face value equal to the IRS notional, and a ...
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Hedging Interest rate swaps in practice

Suppose we have a portfolio of i terest rate swaps that we wish to delta hedge. we build a delta ladder by shocking the instruments used to build the forecasting and discouting curves (Eurodollar ...
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What do you think of 50y swap at -0.58%?

To start an exchange of ideas, what do you think of the 50y eur swap at -0.58%? At this moment, the carry for paying 50y fixed is positive and the low liquidity of long tenors is shaping the curve in ...
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Proper Method for pricing Interest rate swaps using dual curves

I am aware that under the dual curve method for pricing standard collateralized fixed floating interest rate swaps, that first a discounting curve should be constructed e.g. OIS Discounting curve, as ...
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How do you annualize an OIS rate?

I understand how this works for an annual reset, 1y OIS. In the case of India (ACT/365), for example, let's assume this OIS fix is 5.00% and remain so everyday. Then the realized OIS rate after 1 year ...
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Are forward rates for an IRS computed between reset dates or between start dates?

In order to price the floating leg of an IRS I am computing forward rates for future coupons, but I'm not sure whether I have to compute such rates between reset dates or between start dates. My ...
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Derivation of Swap rate formula

Assuming usual notation, I derive the floating rate and fixed rate payoffs and set them equal. The par swap rate I get thus is: $$S_{mn}\mid_{t=0} = {\sum_{i=m}^{N-1} \tau_i L(0, T_{i-1}, T_i)Z_{0i} \...
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Duration of forward starting swap

For a spot starting interest rate swap, the duration is calculated as the duration of the fixed rate leg less the duration of the floating leg. Each of these calculations is akin to calculating the ...
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Why are Interest Rate Swaps not valued using Monte Carlo Simulations?

the current valuation methods seem to rely on treating the floating payment as deterministic based on the current yield curve and derived forward rates. But wouldnt it make more sense to use monte ...
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Tenor bucketing for swap interest rates?

in the place I work I've noticed that for asset class Interest Rate Swaps, tenor bucketing takes place. Example as follow: IRS with maturity 2 month being bucketed into a "3 month tenor bucket" Page ...
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How to calculate Interest Rate Swap returns

Could someone help me please? I have calculated the Carry + Roll Down of holding IRS of several countries. My Carry and Roll Down is about 5y IRS, holding it for 3 months: 5y3M. So, I have the "...
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Eonia swap calculation of floating rate

I'm new to swaps, I've a question about how to calculate the floating rate of an EONIA Swap from market quotation, so that we can keep an eye on the evaluation of our contract Market Value, DV01, etc.....
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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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Why is it desirable to receive fixed on a zero coupon swap, and undesirable to pay fixed on a zero coupon swap?

In most established rates markets, swaps are discounted using risk-free reference rates, such as Sonia in the GBP market and Eonia in the EUR market, as opposed to Libor. Because of the way zero-...
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MMD rate lock - OAD

would anyone have an idea on how to calculate OAD for Municipal rate lock that has a fixed contractual DV01? or point me to a book/paper
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Basis Swap Dual Curve Calibration

The long end of the Libor swap curve needs to be constructed from Basis Swaps because there are no other instruments traded. Can please someone explain the concept of Dual Curve Calibration?
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Pricing of compounded swaps

As far as I understand, a compounded swap rolls up individual payments into one final payment which becomes: $$ V(t_n) = N \prod_{i = 0}^{n-1}(1 + d_i L_i)-N $$ where $d_i$ is the day fraction for ...
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interest rate swap: PV01 vs DV01

Bloomberg defines PV01 as PV of adding 1 bps on a fixed coupon , while 'DV01' as (down - up principal) / 2 * bps shift. The ...
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Curve building for a swap

I'm a student learning how to build a swap curve, I've deposit 6m rate = 5%, fra 6-12m rate = 5.8% and 12m-18m rate= 6% and swap 2y =7% and 3y swap rate = 7.5%. I get the correct discount factors for ...
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Is EONIA swap rate really credit risk free?

I have a question linked to the EURIBOR – EONIA spread (or OIS LIBOR spread). I understand that the EURIBOR - EONIA spread is a credit risk indicator of the interbank market. There is something I ...
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Swaptions on SONIA/SOFR/ESTR

Given that LIBOR is being decommissioned and we must start building liquidity in swaptions on the OIS swaps, how do we price them? i.e. If I have a swaption on SONIA/SOFR/ESTR etc how does the pricing ...
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Find Interest Rate Swap BUMPs from Bloomberg in Excel

I have a bunch of plain vanilla interest rate swap contracts with all the relevant details regarding payment structure such as notional, fixed rate, index, payment frequency, reset convention, etc.. ...
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Two questions on Interest-Rate Basis Swap compounding

I have 2 questions on Basis Swap compounding and market conventions. These obviously apply where the reset period is shorter than the payment period Where both fixings have shorter reset period than ...
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Valuing TRYUSD currency swap on Bloomberg

Usually a leg in a swap is discounted using the corresponding OIS curve if the deal is collateralized and if collateral is posted in a different currency teh discounting happens with the corresponding ...
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Carry vs Roll-Down on a zero-coupon IRS

I am trying to understand the differences between carry vs roll-down on a zero-coupon interest rate swap. Lets say we have a 10 day ZC IRS, meaning we will only swap once on maturity. We are a payer ...
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In a cleared inflation swap agreement, what determines how much “collateral” a party needs to deposit into the third party escrow account?

Does realized inflation or expected future inflation determine how much money needs to be placed into the escrow account each day?
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Interest Rate Swap curve: CMS vs. OIS?

I'm working on a project where we're trying to create a database model where we can (daily) update collected data in order to make RPA predictions. We received data from Interest Rate Curves called ...
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What happens to both sides of an inflation swap agreement if there is deflation?

If there is deflation does the Inflation receiver not only pay the fixed leg but also receives a reduced CPI? I.e. does he lose twice?
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What is the difference between a cleared interest rate swap and a OTC interest rate swap with collateral in theory

I understand the aspect that central clearing reduced counterparty risks. From the valuation side, am I right that cash flows for both trades will be discounted at the OIS rate? The party that holds ...
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Difference between FRA and a zero coupon swap

Wanted to know the difference between an FRA and zero coupon swap with both legs having payment at maturity. If the zero coupon swap is forward starting, will it be equivalent to an FRA?
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Basic question on Plain Vanilla Interest Rate Swap pricing

I'm new to quant and would like to understand on pricing AUD Plain Vanilla Interest Rate Swap. In post/article/book often explain for long end, we use SWAP RATE that are observed in market. But I'm ...
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Is the ACT/ACT.AFB convention meant to supersede the ACT/ACT convention for interest rate swaps

https://www.isda.org/a/pIJEE/The-Actual-Actual-Day-Count-Fraction-1999.pdf The determination of day counts are slightly diferrent between ACT/ACT (ISDA) and ACT/ACT(AFB). Is the latter more common ...
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Calculating Cross Currency basis swaps

I am trying to calculate cross currency basis swaps for personal use. I generally understand what they are (essentially swapping one currency for another currency on a floating interest rate basis) ...
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Why does the ultra long-end of a yield curve invert?

The shape of the yield curve (at least in the GBP Rates market) is upward sloping from the front end up to the long end (i.e. 30y), but then begins to become downward sloping as we go beyond 30y and ...
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IRS Valuation to calculate the expected exposure [closed]

I have several levels of fixed rate swap vs. Euribor 6 months from 2007 up to now. I would like to know how to calculate with these data the fixed and floating leg of the swaps. This is a part of the ...
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Cross Currency swap - Bond Yields arbitrage

Could somebody explain me step-by-step how can I compute the cross-currency yield of a bond bought by a foreign investor and x-ccy swapped back into his domestic currency? I basically would like to ...
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Interest rate swap valuation date convention

When we value interest rate derivatives on any date $t$, we can estimate our future payments using some calibrated forward curve $f_s$, where $s$ is the spot date, and discount these back to $t$ using ...
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Interpolating the swap curve

Does anyone know how I can calculate the swap rate in between main tenors for specific dates? For example: what is the implied swap rate in 1 year, 60 days time. Is there an easy way to do this in ...
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Bootstrapping zero coupon rates

How do we obtain discount rates to obtain zero coupon rates given only swap rates? what is the procedure? Also what exactly is curve calibration?
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Bootstrapping with QuantLib using deposit rates and Swap rates

I'm trying to bootstrap and to get a zero coupon yield curve with maturities ranging from 2019 to 2059 Here is my code: ` ...
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ISDA SIMM swap sensitivities

Most of the commercial SIMM models require sensitivities to be passed in in CRIF format. The documentation mentions that "par sensitivities" need to be used. What exactly is a par sensitivity? When we ...
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Swap Pricing - Using forward rates vs using par bond after first floating payment

There seems to be two different methods I have come across for valuing a Interest Rate Swap - specifically the floating leg. One method described by Hull: incorporates the cashflow from the first ...
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Price Alignment Interest(PAI) Convexity Effect

I've been looking at convexity adjustments in ED's for several years(more opportunities a few years ago then currently) and was wondering if my thinking on PAI impact on swaps convexity is correct. ...
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Vega for Constant Maturity Swaps

Why does a Constant Maturity Swap have a positive vega? Is it because of the convexity? How does one hedge it?
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analytical formula for FV of fixed rate of a IRS [closed]

IRS plain vanilla - expiry in 5 years - principal is 1$ - semianual payment How could the analytical formula be derived for the fair value of the fixed rate (initially no value of the swap)?
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daycount of the yield curve

Complete characterization of an interest rate requires a few elements: day count compounding frequency the rate itself start date and end date That said, I notice that day counts are never displayed ...