The time series of JGB Interest Rate(10Y) over the last one year

January 29, 2015
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(This article was first published on My Life as a Mock Quant in English, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

World wide quantitative easing does not seem to end. I live and work in Japan which has the lowest interest rate.

Thanks to Quandl and RStudio, I can easily get the data of the interest rate and visualize it with R and dygraphs package!

You can understand how you download the data of the interest rate from Quandl and vizualize it as javascript graph(dygraphs) with R when you see the following document published in RPubs.

And also, You can download the entire content of the above document including R code from the following link:
Enjoy!

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