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Calculating Implied Volatility

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  • UserDr Mike Tehranchi, Statistical Laboratory, DPMMS
  • ClockWednesday 20 April 2016, 12:35-13:00
  • HouseCMS Core.

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The Black-Scholes model predicts the price of a contingent claim in terms of the price of a more fundamental asset and a dynamic parameter known as the volatility. Although the Black-Scholes model is now less commonly used in practice, it has become industry standard to quote contingent claim prices in terms of so-called implied volatility. This talk will survey recent results in calculating implied volatility in the context of popular financial models.

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