On the existence of financial equilibrium when beliefs are private
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KeywordsSequential equilibrium; temporary equilibrium; perfect foresight; existence; rational expectation; financial markets; asymmetric information; arbitrage.; Equilibre séquentiel; arbitrage; anticipations parfaites ou rationnelles; marchés incomplets; asymétries d'information; inférences; croyances.;
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