There is a great variety of financial derivatives built on our primary traded assets and with additional features such as optionality or agreements with respect to future points in time. This chapter is dedicated to describing and evaluating some of these products, from both a mathematical and practical point of view. It will also be shown how the different pricing models and techniques of the previous sections can be applied to the pricing of interest-rate derivatives.
KeywordsCall Option Future Contract Strike Price Maturity Time Treasury Bill
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