Real option valuation and equity markets

Many non-financial assets can be viewed as ‘real options’ linked to some underlying variable such as a commodity price. Here, Thomas Dawson and Jennifer Considine show that the stock price of a well-known electricity generating company is significantly correlated with the volatility of electricity-gas spark spreads, providing empirical support for real options valuation

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