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Chapter 21 covers equilibrium models and one-factor no-arbitrage models of the short rate. Chapter 4 on Interest Rates and Duration has been rewritten to make the material clearer and more relevant. Chapter 23 on Credit Risk has been rewritten to reflect developments in this important area. More material has been added on volatility smiles and volatility skews chapter The sequencing of the material has been changed slightly.
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Volatility smiles and alternatives to Black-Scholes now appear before the chapter on exotic options, which in turn appears before the material on interest rate derivatives. The notation has been improved and simplified. So and Fo are used to denote the asset price and the forward price today that is, at time zero and the cumbersome "T - t" no longer appears in most parts of the book. A glossary of terms has been included.
Many new problems and questions have been added. New Excel-based software, DerivaGem, is included with the book. This software is a big improvement over the software included with previous editions.
It has been carefully designed to complement the material in the text. Users can calculate options prices, imply volatilities, and calculate Greek letters for European options, American options, exotic options, and interest rate derivatives. Interest rate derivatives can be valued either using Black's model or a no-arbitrage model.
The software can be used to display binomial trees see for example Figure The software is described more fully at the end of the book. Updates to the software can be downloaded from my Web site This book is appropriate for graduate and advanced undergraduate elective courses in business, economics, and financial engineering.
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A new chapter chapter 14 hasbeenincluded on value at risk. See All Customer Reviews. Shop Textbooks. Add to Wishlist. USD Ship This Item — This item is available online through Marketplace sellers. Temporarily Out of Stock Online Please check back later for updated availability. Overview One of the exciting developments in finance over the last 20 years has been the growth of derivatives markets. In many situations, both hedgers and speculators find it more attractive to trade a derivative on an asset than to trade the asset itself. Some derivatives are traded on exchanges.
Others are traded by financial institutions, fund managers, and corporations in the over-the-counter market, or added to new issues of debt and equity securities. Much of this book is concerned with the valuation of derivatives. The aim is to present a unifying framework within all derivatives-not just options or futures-can be valued.
Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. He is an internationally recognized authority on derivatives and risk management with many publications in this area. His work has an applied focus.
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He has acted as consultant to many North American, Japanese, and European financial institutions. Changes in This Edition This edition contains more material than the third edition. The major changes include: 1.
Software New Excel-based software, DerivaGem, is included with the book. Show More.
Table of Contents 1. Futures Markets and the Use of Futures for Hedging. Forward and Futures Prices.