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Cota, Luis

I’m attempting to bootstrap a term structure using the qlPiecewiseYieldCurve function in QuantlibXL. I keep getting errors such as this one:

 

** qlYieldTSForwardRate - 1st iteration: failed at 7th alive instrument, pillar June 15th, 2017, maturity June 15th, 2017, reference date March 2nd, 2017: root not bracketed: f[0.961927,1.03397] -> [1.252676e+02,9.693099e+01] **

 

In this particular case the date period corresponds to the first futures instrument being used, which is EDH7. The other parameters as set are the following:

 

Max Futures      3

Fut Roll Days      3

DepoPriority      AllDepos

Min Distance      3

 

 

iborIndex                            usd_3m_libor#0000

Error     

ObjectID                              usd_3m_libor

FamilyName                       USD_Libor

Tenor                                    3M

FixingDays                           2

Currency                              USD

Calendar                              UnitedStates::GovernmentBond

BDayConvention              MF

EndOfMonth                     TRUE

DayCounter                        ACT/360

FwdCurve          

Permanent                         TRUE

Trigger 

Overwrite          

 

 

Any help is very much appreciated.

 

-LC




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Re: Trouble with YieldTermStructure

Luigi Ballabio
What value are you using for the futures quote, and how are you instantiating the corresponding helper and the curve?

Luigi


On Tue, Feb 28, 2017 at 3:24 PM Cota, Luis <[hidden email]> wrote:

I’m attempting to bootstrap a term structure using the qlPiecewiseYieldCurve function in QuantlibXL. I keep getting errors such as this one:

 

** qlYieldTSForwardRate - 1st iteration: failed at 7th alive instrument, pillar June 15th, 2017, maturity June 15th, 2017, reference date March 2nd, 2017: root not bracketed: f[0.961927,1.03397] -> [1.252676e+02,9.693099e+01] **

 

In this particular case the date period corresponds to the first futures instrument being used, which is EDH7. The other parameters as set are the following:

 

Max Futures      3

Fut Roll Days      3

DepoPriority      AllDepos

Min Distance      3

 

 

iborIndex                            usd_3m_libor#0000

Error     

ObjectID                              usd_3m_libor

FamilyName                       USD_Libor

Tenor                                    3M

FixingDays                           2

Currency                              USD

Calendar                              UnitedStates::GovernmentBond

BDayConvention              MF

EndOfMonth                     TRUE

DayCounter                        ACT/360

FwdCurve          

Permanent                         TRUE

Trigger 

Overwrite          

 

 

Any help is very much appreciated.

 

-LC




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Re: Trouble with YieldTermStructure

Cota, Luis

Apologies I am just seeing this now. I can send along a sample spreadsheet if that would work, or a text file with the inputs.

 

From: Luigi Ballabio [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Thursday, April 06, 2017 4:24 AM
To: Cota, Luis <[hidden email]>; [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Quantlib-users] Trouble with YieldTermStructure

 

What value are you using for the futures quote, and how are you instantiating the corresponding helper and the curve?

 

Luigi

 

On Tue, Feb 28, 2017 at 3:24 PM Cota, Luis <[hidden email]> wrote:

I’m attempting to bootstrap a term structure using the qlPiecewiseYieldCurve function in QuantlibXL. I keep getting errors such as this one:

 

** qlYieldTSForwardRate - 1st iteration: failed at 7th alive instrument, pillar June 15th, 2017, maturity June 15th, 2017, reference date March 2nd, 2017: root not bracketed: f[0.961927,1.03397] -> [1.252676e+02,9.693099e+01] **

 

In this particular case the date period corresponds to the first futures instrument being used, which is EDH7. The other parameters as set are the following:

 

Max Futures      3

Fut Roll Days      3

DepoPriority      AllDepos

Min Distance      3

 

 

iborIndex                            usd_3m_libor#0000

Error     

ObjectID                              usd_3m_libor

FamilyName                       USD_Libor

Tenor                                    3M

FixingDays                           2

Currency                              USD

Calendar                              UnitedStates::GovernmentBond

BDayConvention              MF

EndOfMonth                     TRUE

DayCounter                        ACT/360

FwdCurve          

Permanent                         TRUE

Trigger 

Overwrite          

 

 

Any help is very much appreciated.

 

-LC

 



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Re: Trouble with YieldTermStructure

Luigi Ballabio

Yes, please do.


On Wed, May 3, 2017, 15:58 Cota, Luis <[hidden email]> wrote:

Apologies I am just seeing this now. I can send along a sample spreadsheet if that would work, or a text file with the inputs.

 

From: Luigi Ballabio [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Thursday, April 06, 2017 4:24 AM
To: Cota, Luis <[hidden email]>; [hidden email]


Subject: Re: [Quantlib-users] Trouble with YieldTermStructure

 

What value are you using for the futures quote, and how are you instantiating the corresponding helper and the curve?

 

Luigi

 

On Tue, Feb 28, 2017 at 3:24 PM Cota, Luis <[hidden email]> wrote:

I’m attempting to bootstrap a term structure using the qlPiecewiseYieldCurve function in QuantlibXL. I keep getting errors such as this one:

 

** qlYieldTSForwardRate - 1st iteration: failed at 7th alive instrument, pillar June 15th, 2017, maturity June 15th, 2017, reference date March 2nd, 2017: root not bracketed: f[0.961927,1.03397] -> [1.252676e+02,9.693099e+01] **

 

In this particular case the date period corresponds to the first futures instrument being used, which is EDH7. The other parameters as set are the following:

 

Max Futures      3

Fut Roll Days      3

DepoPriority      AllDepos

Min Distance      3

 

 

iborIndex                            usd_3m_libor#0000

Error     

ObjectID                              usd_3m_libor

FamilyName                       USD_Libor

Tenor                                    3M

FixingDays                           2

Currency                              USD

Calendar                              UnitedStates::GovernmentBond

BDayConvention              MF

EndOfMonth                     TRUE

DayCounter                        ACT/360

FwdCurve          

Permanent                         TRUE

Trigger 

Overwrite          

 

 

Any help is very much appreciated.

 

-LC

 



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