Option spanning with exogenous information structure
Supplementing a finite state-space static securities market with options written on an injective claim obtains market completeness. This study concludes that options maintain this spanning property in the infinite state-space static securities market models of interest in the extant literature. In addition, underlyers for which options bring about market completeness are shown to be dense.
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