Term structure

Two curves, one price

The financial crisis multiplied the yield curves used to price interest rate derivatives, making traditional no arbitrage pricing no longer valid. By taking into account the basis adjustment bootstrapped from market basis swaps and using a foreign…

Two curves, one price

The financial crisis has multiplied the yield curves used to price plain vanilla interest rate derivatives, making classic single-curve no-arbitrage relations and pricing formulas no longer valid. Marco Bianchetti shows that no-arbitrage can be recovered…

The inflation pricing conundrum

Fear of a spike in consumer prices has created greater demand for inflation protection from a variety of participants. This has increased the need for inflation pricing and analytics tools – but it is not as simple as tweaking existing models used for…

Credit barrier models

Claudio Albanese, Giuseppe Campolieti, Oliver Chen and Andrei Zavidonov construct an analytic credit barrier model driven by credit ratings, constrained to fit the term structure of credit spreads

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