Completeness Of Bond Market Driven By Lévy Process
The completeness problem of the bond market model with the random factors determined by a Wiener process and Poisson random measure is studied. Hedging portfolios use bonds with maturities in a countable, dense subset of a finite time interval. It is shown that under natural assumptions the market is not complete unless the support of the Lévy measure consists of a finite number of points. Explicit constructions of contingent claims which cannot be replicated are provided.
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Volume (Year): 13 (2010)
Issue (Month): 05 ()
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