How the Fed Moves Markets

Central Bank Analysis for the Modern Era
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PART I: EMERGENCE AND EVOLUTION: THE STORY OF THE FED
1. Origins: From Chaos to Structure
2. Independence: Wars, Depression, and Politics
3. Centralization: The Rise of Technology
4. Transparency: Data Meets Democracy
PART II: FED WATCHING: SENTIMENT ANALYSIS AND DATA DRIVEN INVESTING
5. The Briefcase Watch: Fed watching at its Finest?
6. Data Driven Watching: Comprehensive, Unbiased, and Quantitative
7. Fixed Income Investing: Fed Sentiment Drives Bonds
8. Equity Market Investing: Macro Matters
9. Forecasting Policy: Market Response to Fed Communications Trends
10. Forex Investing: Central Bank Sentiment Data across the Globe
PART III: GLOBAL MONETARY POLICY: ANALYZING CENTRAL BANKS AROUND THE WORLD
11. ECB Sentiment: Decoding a Complex Monetary Union
12. BOE Sentiment: The Origin of Modern Central Bank Communications
13. BOJ Sentiment: Monetary Clues in Lost Decades
14. RBA Sentiment: Australia as a Proxy for China
15. Global Sentiment: International Central Bank Transparency
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Central banks have a profound impact on financial markets, and investors struggle to keep informed about their complex policy decisions. Technological and financial developments have transformed the US Federal Reserve Bank from a financial black box into a vocal, increasingly transparent institution-and the result is such a wealth of textual data that clues to future policy decisions may be lost among the details.
This book presents a solution to this problem by keeping track of those details. Schnidman and MacMillan demonstrate how the latest advances in automated text analysis, combined with the precision of domain expertise, are the keys to understanding how central banks move markets with their words. The authors outline a method to not only examine every piece of every central bank communication, but to do it in a way that is completely comprehensive and unbiased while quickly yielding hard, quantitative data that can be put to work in modern financial models.

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Autor: Evan A. Schnidman
ISBN-13 :: 9781349562985
ISBN: 134956298X
Erscheinungsjahr: 14.01.2014
Verlag: Springer Palgrave Macmillan, Palgrave Macmillan US, Macmillan Education
Seiten: 198
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 1st ed. 2016
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 216x140x mm
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