Pricing of Swing Options in a Mean Reverting Model with Jumps
AbstractWe investigate the pricing of swing options in a model where the logarithm of the spot price is the sum of a deterministic seasonal trend and an Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process driven by a jump diffusion. First we calibrate the model to Nord Pool electricity market data. Second, the existence of an optimal exercise strategy is proved, and we present a numerical algorithm for computation of the swing option prices. It involves dynamic programming and the solution of multiple parabolic partial integro-differential equations by finite differences. Numerical results show that adding jumps to a diffusion may result in 2-35% higher swing option prices, depending on the moneyness and timing flexibility of the option.
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Volume (Year): 15 (2008)
Issue (Month): 5-6 ()
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- Marcus Eriksson & Jukka Lempa & Trygve Kastberg Nilssen, 2013. "Swing options in commodity markets: A multidimensional L\'evy diffusion model," Papers 1302.6399, arXiv.org.
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