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Unanticipated Money and Interest Rates

Author: Carl E Walsh; V Vance Roley; National Bureau of Economic Research.
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : National Bureau of Economic Research, 1984.
Series: NBER working paper series, no. w1278.
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Evidence on the relationship between unanticipated money and interestrates has been provided by two types of studies. First, several researchers have investigated the relationship using quarterly data. Second, a number of researchers have examined the effect of money announcement surprises on interest rates. In both instances, the correlation between money surprises and interest rates has usually been found to be  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Carl E Walsh; V Vance Roley; National Bureau of Economic Research.
OCLC Number: 756573382
Description: 1 online resource.
Series Title: NBER working paper series, no. w1278.
Responsibility: V. Vance Roley, Carl E. Walsh.

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Evidence on the relationship between unanticipated money and interestrates has been provided by two types of studies. First, several researchers have investigated the relationship using quarterly data. Second, a number of researchers have examined the effect of money announcement surprises on interest rates. In both instances, the correlation between money surprises and interest rates has usually been found to be non-negative. This paper first provides an interpretation of the correlation between unanticipated money and interest rates in terms of Federal Reserve policy objectives and operating procedures. Then, the correlation of unanticipated money and both short- and long-term interest rates is examined over weekly intervals, combining several aspects of the previous quarterly and announcement studies. In addition, the distinction between unpredicted and unperceived money also is considered.

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