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Abstract In this article, we generalize and analyse the model for pricing American-style Asian options proposed by Hansen and Jørgensen (2000) by including a continuous dividend rate q and a general method of averaging the floating strike. We focus on the qualitative and quantitative analysis of...
Abstract Electronic trading of equities and other securities makes heavy use of ‘arrival price’ algorithms that balance the market impact cost of rapid execution against the volatility risk of slow execution. In the standard formulation, mean–variance optimal trading strategies are static: they...
Abstract Motivated by the increasing interest in past-dependent asset pricing models, shown in recent years by market practitioners and prominent authors such as Hobson and Rogers (1998, Complete models with stochastic volatility, Mathematical Finance, 8(1), pp. 27–48), we explore option pricing...
Abstract This article expresses the price of a spread option as the sum of the prices of two compound options. One compound option is to exchange vanilla call options on the two underlying assets and the other is to exchange the corresponding put options. This way we derive a new closed form...
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