9 edition of **The behavior of interest rates** found in the catalog.

The behavior of interest rates

Richard Roll

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Published
**1970** by Basic Books in New York .

Written in English

- United States.
- Treasury bills -- United States,
- Interest rates -- United States

**Edition Notes**

Bibliography: p. 132-133.

Statement | Foreword by Paul Samuelson. |

Series | Irving Fisher Award series |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | HG4936 .R6 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xviii, 139 p. |

Number of Pages | 139 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL4913692M |

ISBN 10 | 0465005977 |

LC Control Number | 76126951 |

The Behavior of Interest Rates Money and Banking Cesar E. Tamayo Department of Economics, Rutgers University J C.E. Tamayo Econ - J 1 / 7. Default risk, as its name suggests, is the risk that the borrower fails to pay back the bond. Interest rate risk is the danger that you might buy a long term bond at a 6% interest rate right before market rates suddenly raise, so had you waited, you could have gotten a similar bond that paid 9%. Low Interest Rates and Investor Behavior: A Behavioral Perspective Chen Lian1 and Yueran Ma2 1Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2University of Chicago Booth School of Business Aug Abstract We discuss the behavioral perspective on \reaching for yield" in nancial markets. PART A: THE BEHAVIOR OF INTEREST RATES AND RISK STRUCTURE 1. Go to the Federal Reserve Economic Database. Create a line graph of the nominal interest rate on a year Treasury bill (constant maturity). Include that graph as your answer to question A 2. What happened to interest rates at the beginning of the current recession?

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