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Abstract The SABR and the Heston stochastic volatility models are widely used for foreign exchange (FX) option pricing. Although they are able to reproduce the market's volatility smiles and skews for single FX rates, they cannot be extended to model multiple FX rates in a consistent way. This...
Abstract Market mechanisms are increasingly being used as a tool for allocating somewhat scarce but unpriced rights and resources, and the European Emission Trading Scheme is an example. By means of dynamic optimization in the contest of firms covered by such environmental regulations, this...
Abstract We study the pricing of options on realized variance in a general class of Log-OU (Ornstein–Ühlenbeck) stochastic volatility models. The class includes several important models proposed in the literature. Having as common feature the log-normal law of instantaneous variance, the...
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