Pricing Of Contingent Claims In A Two-Dimensional Model With Random Dividends
We study a model of a financial market in which two risky assets are paying dividends with rates changing their initial values to other constant ones when certain events occur. Such events are associated with the first times at which the value processes of issuing firms, modeled by geometric Brownian motions, fall to some prescribed levels. The asset price dynamics are described by exponential diffusion processes with random drift rates and independent driving Brownian motions. We derive closed form expressions for rational values of European contingent claims, under full and partial information.
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Volume (Year): 12 (2009)
Issue (Month): 08 ()
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