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The problem of pricing European options based on multiple assets with transaction costs is considered. These options include, for example, quality options and options on the minimum of two or more risky assets. The value of these options is the solution of a nonlinear parabolic partial...
Finite element methods are described for valuing lookback options under stochastic volatility. Particular attention is paid to the method for handling the boundary equations. For some boundaries, the equations reduce to first-order hyperbolic equations which must be discretized to ensure that...
We consider the pricing and hedging problem for options on stocks whose volatility is a random process. Traditional approaches, such as that of Hull and White, have been successful in accounting for the much observed smile curve, and the success of a large class of such models in this respect is...
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