Stamping to Market, Liquidity and Financial Stability

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Stamping to Market, Liquidity and Financial Stability Guillaume Plantin Haresh Sapra Hyun Song Shin 12 th International Conference IMES, Bank of Japan May 30-31, 2005

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Themes Mark-to-market bookkeeping impacts on budgetary strength The marvel of "going after yield" (greatly examined right now) owes much to checking to showcase. Fiscal strategy has sweeping ramifications for budgetary solidness

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Case for Marking to Market cost reflects current terms of exchange between eager gatherings Market value gives better sign of current hazard profile Market train Informs financial specialists, better portion of assets

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What about instability? In the event that essentials are unpredictable, then so be it. Advertise cost is unpredictable… … yet it basically mirrors the instability of the essentials

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Theory of the Second Best When there is more than one flaw in an economy, expelling one of them need not enhance welfare. Within the sight of different defects (organization issues, input, and so forth.) stamping to market require not be welfare making strides.

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Dual Role of Market Prices Two parts of market value Reflection of essentials Influences activities Reliance on market costs twists showcase costs Prices Actions

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Balance Sheet Propagation Accounting numbers impact money related foundations' choices They give affirmation , and henceforth give avocations to activities Emphasis on administration responsibility and great corporate administration hones these motivators Marking to advertise makes externalities as monetary record overflow impacts

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Simplified Financial System Households Financial Intermediaries Pension Funds

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Households Assets Liabilities Property Net Worth Mortgage Other resources

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Financial Intermediaries Assets Liabilities Mortgage Net Worth Bonds Other Assets

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Pension Funds Assets Liabilities Bonds Net Worth Pension Liabilities Cash

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Bonds issued by budgetary go-betweens are perpetuities Price p , yield r Duration is

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Pension Liabilities length Duration of security Duration of benefits risk Price of security

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Pension Funds Pension assets are required to stamp their liabilities to advertise (e.g. FRS 17). Annuity assets are required to match span of liabilities with resources of comparative length

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Pension assets' interest for securities Price of securities span of securities interest for securities length of benefits liabilities

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Weight of Money into Property Financial mediators oblige expanded interest for securities by new issues of securities Households are continually eager to build getting Increase in monetary record size of budgetary middle people

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Property Market "Trade out the market" estimating (Shapley-Shubik) supply

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Property Price as Function of Bond Price p increment security issue v increment v ( p ) p

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Credit Quality Credit nature of securities relies on upon family total assets v increment + total assets p increment

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Bond Price as Function of Property Price p ( v ) v

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h ( v ) Define h (.) as converse of v ( p ) p ( v ) v

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Step Adjustment: Fall in Treasury Yields h ( v ) p ( v ) p ( v ) v

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Link between Credit Spread Treasury Yields As cost of hazard free interminability expands, the credit nature of securities enhances connect between level of yields and credit spreads Monetary strategy has budgetary solidness suggestions

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Contrast with Historical Cost Accounting Regime p h ( v ) p ( v ) p ( v ) v

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Step Adjustment: Property Price Fall h ( v ) p ( v ) new harmony v

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Property as Sole Real Asset In this disentangled model, the main resource propping up the monetary framework is Property cost can be supported regarding present estimation of future lodging administrations But "lodging administration" is not fungible. It can't be utilized to meet home loan liabilities

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Channels of Contagion The primary channel of proliferation is change in resource costs (property, bond) Even without "domino impact" of defaults disease can be powerful (Cf. European back up plans, summer 2002) Counterparty hazard will strengthen the value impacts

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