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Interest Rate Models
Butkovičová, Ivana ; Popela, Pavel (referee) ; Chvátalová, Zuzana (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis focuses on a description of the interest rate models that are applied in the sphere of financial mathematics. Furthermore, it specifically describes the Vašíček model, Cox-Ingersoll-Ross model, Ho-Lee model and Hull-White model. These models are given by the stochastic differential equations. The main terms of the Stochastic Calculus are described in the theoretical part of the thesis. All the above models are also calibrated. Moreover, the spot and forward interbank interest rate—LIBOR is described in the thesis. By applying specific data, that are available in the public database of the Czech National Bank, we have simulated the Vašíček and Cox-Ingersoll-Ross models. The obtained results are interpreted.
The Measures Provided by ECB and CNB During the Financial Crisis and Their Impact on Selected Banks
Ingr, Josef ; Csakvaryová, Lenka (referee) ; Ptáček, Roman (advisor)
The diploma thesis is focused on the origin and development of the world financial crisis started in 2007 and its analysis. The steps taken by the European Central Bank and the Czech National Bank to respond to this crisis are then analyzed. Furthermore, the work shows the impact of the crisis and central bank measures on two selected domestic banks. At the end of the thesis are made suggestions and recommendations.
The Measures Provided by ECB and CNB During the Financial Crisis and Their Impact on Selected Banks
Krausová, Pavla ; Toman,, Petr (referee) ; Ptáček, Roman (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the global financial crisis of 2007 to the present moment and monetary policy, which at that time was applied by the Czech National Bank and the European National Bank. It also analyzes the behavior of the two selected banks in the Czech Republic during that period and evaluates how they dealt with the crisis. Finally, suggestions on measures of central banks are stated.
Komunikace jako nástroj monetární politiky ČNB
Avramov, Dominik
Avramov, D. Communication as a tool for monetary policy of ČNB. Bachelor thesis. Brno: Mendel University, 2023. Central bank communication is a hot topic because, in a world where in-formation travels at the speed of light, it is in the interest of central banks that their monetary policy is properly understood and does not spread uncertainty. The thesis will focus on the period 2016-2020, during which the Fed, BoE and ČNB changed their key rates in an attempt to tighten monetary policy. The text summarises the current understanding of central bank communication and then analyses three central banks to use the comparison to improve the ČNB's current communication strategy.
Vliv změn úrokových sazeb na odvětví faktoringu
Hamerská, Marie
The diploma thesis deals with the relationship between interest rates and the factoring market in the Czech Republic. Using econometric modelling it describes and quantifies the effect of interest rates on factoring indicators. The modelling results are interpreted on the behaviour of a specific company.
Bank's performance in low and negative interest rate environment
Hanzlík, Petr ; Teplý, Petr (advisor) ; Tripe, David (referee) ; Witzany, Jiří (referee) ; Tůma, Zdeněk (referee)
Dissertation thesis Banks' performance in low and negative interest rate environment Author: Mgr. Petr Hanzl'ık Abstract This dissertation consists of four empirical papers that focus on the performance of banks in the low or even negative interest rate environment characteristic for the decade after the global financial crisis of 2007-2009. The first paper focuses on the analysis of a re- lationship between the net interest margin (NIM) of EU banks and market interest rates in a low-interest rate environment while controlling for the impact of market concent- ration by examining a large sample of annual data on 629 banks from EU countries for the 2011-2016 period. The results show a positive concave relationship between NIM and short-term interest rates, deterioration of NIM for all types of banks and a higher market concentration leading to higher NIM. In the second paper, we examine the determinants of NIM of European and US banks in a zero lower bound (ZLB) situation while control- ling for institutional design factors, i.e. difference between capital-based and bank-based financial markets. We analyse a large sample of annual data on 629 European banks and 526 US during the 2011-2016 period confirming that NIM is significantly influenced by the different institutional designs. The third paper deals with...
One factor models of interest rates
Jambor, Matúš ; Myška, Petr (advisor) ; Hurt, Jan (referee)
Title: One factor interest rate models Author: Matúš Jambor Department: Department of Probability and Mathematical Statistics Supervisor: RNDr. Petr Myška Abstract: In this thesis we looked closely at the models of interest rates that are applied in the area of financial mathematics and actuarial sciences. There are several models that try to describe the behavior of yield curve plausibly. In most of the cases the models stem from probability theory and coincidence. These models are also means for assessment of financial derivates whose price de- pends on the interest rates movements. The work deals with three one-factor models which are analyzed into more details in the second chapter. The last chapter is about real-data calibration. Keywords: one factor models, interest rates, maximum likelihood method 1
Interest rate spreads on government bonds
Antoniewiczová, Petronella ; Žák, Kamil (advisor) ; Hurt, Jan (referee)
This work deals with the breakdown of government bonds yields on the risk components. More specifically it deals with cost of liquidity capital, loss of illiquidity and expected default losses. In the beginning we explain the characteristics of bonds, particularly government bonds, further we deal with some of elements which may break up the government bonds yields. Finally, we implement the interest rates of bonds of three EU member states and we will illustrate on Vasicek's model how to imitate part of risk free interest
Development of financial literacy
Stárková, Zuzana ; Krahulcová, Beáta (advisor) ; Zelinková, Olga (referee)
STÁRKOVÁ, Zuzana, Development of financial literacy, Prague, 2012. Zuzana Stárková - Charles University in Prague - Husitská teologická fakulta. Supervisor, Prof. PhDr. Beáta Krahulcová, CSc. Main topic of the diploma thesis is financial literacy, more specifically the risk of its consequences. First part of the thesis deals with definition of financial literacy, its causes and consequences. Next chapters are devoted to monetary literacy, ignorance of which causes many problems in the area of credits, loans and subsequently may lead to indebtedness. This part of the text defines important key words, whose knowledge in essential for using of banking services and products Last chapters of the theoretical part introduce the Consumer Protection Act and the issues of seizures and insolvency. Main objective of the practical part of the thesis is to carry out a research among university students in order to summarize the level of their awareness, knowledge and experience in the financial area.
Monetary Policy and House Prices in the US: Evidence from Time-Varying VAR Model
Brunová, Kristýna ; Horváth, Roman (advisor) ; Holub, Tomáš (referee)
This thesis examines the effects of monetary policy shocks on the housing market. To this end, TVP-VAR model with dynamic dimension selection and stochastic volatility is estimated using monthly data for the United States over the period 1999-2017. Moreover, the model features estimating the optimal value of the Bayesian shrinkage coefficient in a time-varying manner. Since the sample covers the Zero Lower Bound period, Wu-Xia shadow rate is employed to measure the stance of monetary policy. To assess the link between housing variables and monetary policy, impulse responses and forecast error variance decompositions are provided. However, due to the time-varying nature of the model, they are estimated only for selected time periods that correspond both to the events that most likely influenced the path of macroeconomic and financial variables and to periods of low economic uncertainty. The main results are threefold. First, the model suggests that monetary policy shocks can contribute to developments in house prices. Second, the stimulative monetary policy positively affects residential investment and negatively affects mortgage rates, however, the effects are not significant due to the large confidence bands of the impulse responses. Third, higher values of the shrinkage hyperparameter are crucial for...

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