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such models in terms of drift restrictions on the model coeffcients. For the resulting infinite system of SDEs for the price …
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We model the dynamics of asset prices and associated derivatives by considerationof the dynamics of the conditional probability density process for the value of an assetat some specied time in the future. In the case where the asset is driven by Brownianmotion, an associated \master equation"...
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We study the exponential utility indifference valuation of a contingent claim B in an incomplete market driven by two Brownian motions. The claim depends on a nontradable asset stochastically correlated with the traded asset available for hedging. We use martingale arguments to provide upper and...
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This paper provides regime-switching stochastic volatility extensions of the LIBOR market model. First, the instantaneous forward LIBOR volatility is modulated by a continuous time homogeneous Markov chain. In a second parameterization, the volatility is modelled by a square root process with a...
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In this paper we discuss the implementation of general one-factor short rate models with a trinomial tree. Taking the Hull-White model as a starting point, our contribution is threefold. First, we show how trees can be spanned using a set of general branching processes. Secondly, we improve...
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We introduce the Homoscedastic Gamma [HG] model where the distribution of returns is characterized by its mean, variance and an independent skewness parameter under both measures. The model predicts that the spread between historical and risk-neutral volatilities is a function of the risk...
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The market model of interest rates specifies simple forward or Libor rates as lognormally distributed, their stochastic dynamics has a linear volatility function. In this paper, the model is extended to quadratic volatility functions which are the product of a quadratic polynomial and a...
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, by introducing a time dependent function in the drift term. -- term structure ; futures price ; forward price ; options …
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This paper studies the term structure implications of a simple structural economy in which the representative agent displays ambiguity aversion, modeled by Multiple Priors Recursive Utility. Bond excess returns reflect a premium for ambiguity, which is observationally distinct from the risk...
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