Forecasting the Yield Curve with S-Plus: Wilmott Magazine Article – Dario Cziráky, PhD

Methods capable of forecasting the entire yield curve based on a time series extension of the Nelson-Siegel model Nelson and Siegel (1987) were suggested in the literature and compared to the non-parametric alternatives Diebold and Li (2004).

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