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A monetary policy prediction model based on deep learning

  • Minrong LuEmail author
Advances in Parallel and Distributed Computing for Neural Computing
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Abstract

Applying neural network and error t-value test, this study trains and analyzes 28 interest rate changes of China’s macro-monetary policy and the mutual influences between reserve adjustments and financial markets for 51 times from 2000 to 2018 according to the data correlation between financial market and monetary policy. Through the principal component analysis, the bilateral financial risk system and data set are established, and the data set pre-process and dimensionality reduction are carried out to extract the most informative features. Six training cases are designed with processed features, and then the cases are input to each neural network model for combined prediction. Firstly, based on backpropagation neural network (BP), the forecasting model of monetary policy is established. Then, considering the importance characteristics of financial index data, expert weights based on BP, are introduced to propose weights backpropagation (WBP) model. On the basis of the timing characteristics of financial market, the WBP model is improved and the timing weights backpropagation (TWBP) model is proposed. Experiments show that different training cases bring out various effects. The accuracy rate of interest rate and reserve change value is lower than the original value after training. The mutation after data processing affects the learning of neural network. At the same time, the WBP and TWBP models improve according to the importance and timing characteristics of financial indicators have less errors in results, and the TWBP model has higher accuracy. When the number of hidden layers is 3, good results can be obtained, but in manifold training of the timing cycle, the efficiency of that is not as good as the WBP model.

Keywords

Neural network Time series Monetary policy Financial risks 

Notes

Acknowledgements

This work was supported social science research base of finance and accounting research center of Fujian province, in part by asset evaluation research project of Fujian social science planning and research base under Grant JXY201801-08 and JXY201801-05, in part by the “Internet+” virtual simulation experimental teaching platform for the key project of the young and middle-aged teachers in Fujian province under Grant JZ180190, in part by the active project reporting mode under the background of cloud network in the major project of Fujian province social science base in 2018 Research under Grant FJ2018JDZ014, in part by the project of Fujian institute of technology under Grant GB-RJ-17-58.

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Conflict of interest

The author Minrong Lu is from Fujian Jiangxia University, and he declares that he has no conflict of interest.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of AccountingFujian Jiangxia UniversityFuzhouChina

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