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ABSTRACT In this paper, we study the evolution over time of the correlation structure of equity returns by means of a filtered-network approach and use this to investigate persistency and recurrences...
Central bank eyes big data and psychology
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ABSTRACT We develop an efficient Monte Carlo method for the valuation of financial contracts on discretely realized variance.We work with a general stochastic volatility model that makes realized variance...
FCA aims to act early to prevent misconduct
Better conduct could come from proven knowledge of markets and ethics
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Fewer non-executives in the firing line
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ABSTRACT In this paper, we propose an approximation method based on the Wiener-Ito chaos expansion for the pricing of European-style contingent claims. Our method is applicable to the general class of...
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