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Abstract Empirical evidence confirms that asset price processes exhibit jumps and that asset returns are not Gaussian. We provide a pricing model for equity swaps including quanto equity swaps for a non-Gaussian market. The market is driven by a general marked point process as well as by a...
Abstract A stock loan is a contract whereby a stockholder uses shares as collateral to borrow money from a bank or financial institution. In Xia and Zhou (2007, Stock loans, Mathematical Finance, 17(2), pp. 307–317), this contract is modelled as a perpetual American option with a time-varying...
Abstract We provide simple nonparametric conditions for the order of integration of the term structure of zero-coupon yields. A principal benchmark model studied is one with a limiting yield and limiting term premium, and in which the logarithmic expectations theory (ET) holds. By considering a...
Abstract This article studies a replication of a contingent claim in an illiquid market. We represent the liquidity as a supply curve in a discrete time model. Because the trade price of the illiquid asset is a function of the trade size in this model, it is important whether the contingent...
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