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This paper surveys a wide selection of the interpolation algorithms that are in use in financial markets for construction of curves such as forward curves, basis curves, and most importantly, yield curves. In the case of yield curves the issue of bootstrapping is reviewed and how the...
This paper concerns questions related to the regulation of liquidity risk, and proposes a definition of an acceptable portfolio. Because the concern is with risk management, the paper considers processes under the physical (rather than the martingale) measure. Basically, a portfolio is...
Single‐factor interest rate models with constant coefficients are not consistent with arbitrary initial term structures. An extension which allows both arbitrary initial term structure and analytical tractability has been provided only in the Gaussian case. In this paper, within the context of...
In the last decade, many kinds of exotic options have been traded and introduced in the financial market. This paper describes a new kind of exotic option, lookback options with knock‐out boundaries. These options are knock‐out options whose pay‐offs depend on the extrema of a given securities...
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