Valuation formulae for window barrier options
AbstractIn this paper we study window barrier options, where a single constant continuously-monitored barrier prevails for a period that commences strictly after the start date of the option and terminates strictly before expiry. We determine valuation formulae within a limited deterministic term-structure in terms of trivariate normal distribution functions. These formulae offer a generalization of the valuation formulae for partial barrier options given by Heynan and Kat.
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Volume (Year): 8 (2001)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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