ISBN:038706303X

Author: | A. V Balakrishnan |

ISBN13: | 978-0387063034 |

Title: | Stochastic differential systems (Lecture notes in economics and mathematical systems 84) |

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ePUB size: | 1659 kb |

FB2 size: | 1922 kb |

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Language: | English |

Category: | Mathematics |

Publisher: | Springer-Verlag; 1st edition (1973) |

Pages: | 252 |

1 The notes are based on courses oﬀered regularly to graduate students in economics and mathematics at the University of Bonn choosing ﬁnancial economics as special topic. To students interested in ﬁnance the course opens a quick (but by no means dirty ) road to the tools required for advanced ﬁnance. We show that the above stochastic diﬀerential equation (short: SDE) has the solution t α Gs dXs G0 E(α Xt ). Gt G0 + 0. 1 X t } is the so called stochastic expowhere E(Xt ) : exp{Xt − 2 nential or the Doléans-Dade exponential of Yt .

The topic of this book is the development of pricing formulae for European style derivatives on assets with mean-reverting behavior, especially commodity derivatives. For this class of assets, convenience yield effects lead to mean-reversion under the risk-neutral measure. Mean-reversion in the log-price process is combined with other stochastic factors such as stochastic volatility, jumps in the underlying and the price process and a stochastic target level as well as with deterministic seasonality effects

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The resulting system of stochastic differential equations (SDE) describing the yield curve dynamics breaks down from a high-dimensional process into a low-dimensional structure of Markovian processes. This approach was developed by Cheyette (1994). In practice, the Cheyette models usually incorporate several factors to achieve sufficient flexibility to represent the market state. Mean-reversion in the log-price process is combined with other stochastic factors such as stochastic volatility, jumps in the underlying and the price process and a stochastic target level as well as with deterministic seasonality effects . 57 58 65 72 78 79 83 84 85.

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