Lévy term structure models: No-arbitrage and completeness
AbstractThe Lévy term structure model due to Eberlein and Raible is extended to non-homogeneous driving processes. The classes of equivalent martingale and local martingale measures for various filtrations are characterized. It turns out that in a number of standard situations the martingale measure is unique. Copyright Springer-Verlag Berlin/Heidelberg 2005
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