Autor Bruce; Suisse), Bruce Tuckman (credit
Formato Soft cover
Editorial John Wiley & Sons
Edición y Año 2ª Edición 2002
"What distinguishes this book from many others on the subject is that Tuckman has skillfully combined intuitive rationale with mathematical analysis to give readers a clear and deep understanding of the market. Tuckman has written a comprehensive reference book that should be found on the desks of both seasoned practitioners and novices alike."
–Gerald Lucas, Senior Government Strategist
Director, Global Securities Rese
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PART ONE: THE RELATIVE PRICING OF FIXED INCOME SECURITIES WITH FIXED CASH FLOWS.
CHAPTER 1: Bond Prices, Discount Factors, and Arbitrage.
The Time Value of Money.
Treasury Bond Quotations.
The Law of One Price.
Arbitrage and the Law of One Price.
APPENDIX 1A: Deriving the Replicating Portfolio.
APPENDIX 1B: APPLICATION: Treasury Triplets and High Coupon Bonds.
CHAPTER 2: Bond Prices, Spot Rates, and Forward Rates.
Maturity and Bond Price.
Maturity and Bond Return.
Treasury STRIPS, Continued.
APPENDIX 2A: The Relation between Spot and Forward Rates and the Slope of the Term Structure.
CHAPTER 3: Yield-to-Maturity.
Definition and Interpretation.
Yield-to-Maturity and Spot Rates.
Yield-to-Maturity and Relative Value: The Coupon Effect.
Yield-to-Maturity and Realized Return.
CHAPTER 4: Generalizations and Curve Fitting.
Yield and Compounding Conventions.
Yield and Compounding Coventions.
Introduction to Curve Fitting.
APPLICATION: Fitting the Term Structure in the U.S. Treasury Market on February 15, 2001.
TRADING CASE STUDY: A 7s-8s-9s