New Bank of Chile paper on inflation expectations

This paper studies the relationship between inflation compensation and inflation expectations in Chile. The results show that inflation-expectations movements account for about only 25% of the relative returns, indicating that premiums are a very important source of changes in inflation compensation.

The authors start by using the present discounted value methodology to decompose the difference between the unanticipated return of nominal and inflation-linked bonds into news about expected

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