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    Title: 考慮交易成本後的跨貨幣基差與美元走勢強弱之探討
    The Research of Cross-Currency Basis Adjusted for Transaction Costs and the Strength of the US Dollar.
    Authors: 洪瑞伸
    Hung, Jui-Shen
    Contributors: 張元晨
    Chang, Yuan-Chen
    Hung, Jui-Shen
    Keywords: 有拋補利率平價
    Covered Interest Rate Parity Theory
    Cross-Currency Basis
    Transaction Costs
    Date: 2023
    Issue Date: 2023-08-02 13:00:23 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文主要探討由有拋補利率平價理論衍生出的跨貨幣基差,其在考慮交易成本的前後所產生的差異,並且進一步探討考慮交易成本前後的跨貨幣基差與美元走勢強弱之間的關係。本文以Du, Tepper and Verdelhan(2018)計算跨貨幣基差的方式,並同時本篇研究著重在交易成本層面,分別以匯率的買賣價取代中價來納入交易成本因素對於跨貨幣基差之影響,也利用Avdjiev, Du, Koch and Shin (2019)的方式衡量匯率因素與跨貨幣基差之間的關係。實證結果顯示交易成本的因素確實能解釋部分的跨貨幣基差,並且在考量交易成本後,匯率因素對於成熟市場國家的跨貨幣基差影響變得不顯著,然亞洲新興市場的多數國家仍會因美元強勢而出現跨貨幣基差擴大之情形。
    This study primarily explores cross-currency basis derived from the covered interest rate parity theory, and examines the differences in the basis when considering transaction costs. Furthermore, I investigate the relationship between cross-currency basis, both before and after accounting for transaction costs, and the strength of the US dollar. The paper adopts the methodology of Du, Tepper, and Verdelhan (2018) to calculate the cross-currency basis. Additionally, this study focuses on the impact of transaction costs by incorporating bid and ask prices instead of mid-prices to measure their effect on the cross-currency basis. I also employ the approach of Avdjiev, Du, Koch, and Shin (2019) to measure the relationship between exchange rate factors and cross-currency basis. The empirical results demonstrate that transaction cost factors can indeed explain a portion of the cross-currency basis. Moreover, after considering transaction costs, the impact of exchange rate factors on the cross-currency basis spreads in developed market countries becomes less significant, while most Asian emerging market countries still experience widening basis due to the strength of the US dollar.
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