Implied interest rate pricing models
We show how market prices for standard interest rate products can be used, under the assumption of a one-factor model, to imply the joint distribution of zero coupon bonds of differing maturities at a fixed date $T$ in the future. We relate these results to the solution of an optimisation problem arising in the pricing of amortising swaptions. Finally, we apply these ideas to price (and hedge) products of importance in the interest rate derivatives market.
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Volume (Year): 2 (1998)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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