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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.96.2017.tde-02032017-115006
Document
Author
Full name
Felipe Alonso Lázaro
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
Ribeirão Preto, 2017
Supervisor
Committee
Ferreira, Alex Luiz (President)
Giovannetti, Bruno Cara
Laurini, Marcio Poletti
Moore, Michael John
Title in Portuguese
Câmbio contratado, fluxo de ordem e taxa de câmbio no Brasil
Keywords in Portuguese
Fluxo de Ordem
Modelos de Microestrutura
Taxa de Câmbio
Abstract in Portuguese
O objetivo deste trabalho é entender como ocorre a formação do fluxo de ordem do mercado interbancário de câmbio a partir das transações do mercado primário. Analisa-se o mercado cambial no seu nível micro, nas suas instituições e nas assimetrias dos seus participantes, através da abordagem de microestrutura. Utilizam-se três diferentes bases de dados, a primeira com os fluxos de câmbio contratado entre o mercado não financeiro e os bancos comerciais para o período entre 01/09/2008 e 08/07/2016, com dados diários. A segunda com dados mensais entre dezembro de 2013 e agosto de 2016, contempla o mercado primário e secundário de câmbio à vista no Brasil dividido entre cada uma das instituições autorizadas a operar neste mercado pelo Banco Central do Brasil. E a última com os dados do fluxo de ordem interbancário do mercado futuro de câmbio no Brasil para o mesmo período da base de câmbio contratado. Mostra-se a forma pela qual os diferentes fluxos de câmbio contratado afetam a taxa de câmbio. Ademais com duas estimações diferentes e com bases de dados diferentes apresenta-se a relação entre o mercado primário e secundário de câmbio no Brasil, indicando-se que as transações do mercado primário são em grande parte responsáveis pelas transações que ocorrem no mercado interbancário.
Title in English
Exchange rate contracts, order flow and exchange rate in Brazil
Keywords in English
Exchange rate
Microstructure models
Order flow.
Abstract in English
The objective of this work is to understand how the formation of the order flow of the interbank foreign exchange market occurs from the transactions of the primary market. The exchange market is analyzed at its micro level, in its institutions and in the asymmetries of its participants, through the microstructure approach. Three different databases are used, the first with the exchange flows contracted between the non-financial market and the commercial banks for the period between 09/01/2008 and 07/08/2016, with daily data. The second with monthly data between December 2013 and August 2016, contemplates the primary and secondary spot exchange market in Brazil divided between each of the institutions authorized to operate in this market by the Central Bank of Brazil. And the last with the interbank order flow data of the future foreign exchange market in Brazil for the same period of the contracted exchange base. It shows the way in which the different flows of contracted exchange rate affect the exchange rate. In addition, with two different estimates and with different databases, the relationship between the primary and secondary exchange markets in Brazil is shown, indicating that primary market transactions are largely responsible for the transactions occurring in the interbank market.
 
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2017-03-13
 
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