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|dc.description.abstract||Interest rate risk is one of the major financial risks faced by banks due to the very nature of the banking business. The most common approach in the literature has been to estimate the impact of interest rate risk on banks using a simple linear regression model. However, the relationship between interest rate changes and bank stock returns does not need to be exclusively linear. This article provides a comprehensive analysis of the interest rate exposure of the Spanish banking industry employing both parametric and non parametric estimation methods. Its main contribution is to use, for the first time in the context of banks’ interest rate risk, a nonparametric regression technique that avoids the assumption of a specific functional form. One the one hand, it is found that the Spanish banking sector exhibits a remarkable degree of interest rate exposure, although the impact of interest rate changes on bank stock returns has significantly declined following the introduction of the euro. Further, a pattern of positive exposure emerges during the post-euro period. On the other hand, the results corresponding to the nonparametric model support the expansion of the conventional linear model in an attempt to gain a greater insight into the actual degree of exposure.||por|
|dc.subject||Interest rate risk||por|
|dc.subject||Nonparametric regression techniques||por|
|dc.title||Interest rate exposure of Spanish banks: A nonparametric analysis||por|
|degois.publication.location||XII Iberian-Italian Congress of Financial and Actuarial Mathematics||por|
|Aparece nas colecções:||ISCAL - Comunicações|
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