Introduction to Mathematical Finance 2015/16. List of Exercises. Master in Matemática e Aplicações


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1 Introduction to Mathematical Finance 2015/16 List of Exercises Master in Matemática e Aplicações 1
2 Chapter 1 Basic Concepts Exercise 1.1 Let B(t, T ) denote the cost at time t of a riskfree 1 euro bond, at time T. (i) Assume that the interest rate is a deterministic function. Show that the absence of arbitrage requires that B(0, 1)B(1, 2) = B(0, 2). (ii) Now suppose that B(0, 1) and B(0, 2) are known at time 0 but B(1, 2) will not be known until time 1. What goes wrong in the previous argument? Exercise 1.2 The present price of a stock is 50. The price of an European call option with strike price 47.5 and maturity 180 days is The cost of a riskfree 1 euro bond 180 days is (i) Consider an European put option with price (same strike price and maturity as the call option). Show that this is inconsistent with putcall parity. (ii) Describe how you can take advantage of this situation, creating an arbitrage possibility example. Exercise 1.3 For each of the following portfolios, draw the expiry payoff diagram and explain waht view of the market holding this position expresses: (i) One long call and one long put options, both with the same strike (straddle strategy). (ii) One short forward and two long calls, all with the same strike price. (iii) One long call and two long puts, all with the same strike price (strip strategy). (iv) One long put and two long calls, all with the same strike price (strap strategy). (v) One long call with strike price K 2 and one long put, with strike price K 1. (vi) One long call with strike price K 1, one long call with strike price K 2 and two short calls, both with strike price (K 1 + K 2 )/2 (buttterfly strategy). Exercise 1.4 Today s price of a share is 94 euros. A European call option (involving 10 shares) with maturity 3 months and strike price equal to 95 is worth 4.70 euros. An investor strongly believes that the price of these shares will increase. He hesitates between buying today 100 shares or buying 2000 call options. Which advice would you give him? 2
3 Exercise 1.5 Consider the following product: upon maturity, the owner gets 1000 euros from a bond plus an additional value, function of the price of the crude upon maturity of the bond. This additional value is equal to 60 times the excess (if positive) of the crude price p compared with 60 euros, i.e., 60(p 60) +. Furthermore this additional value cannot be larger than 2550 Euros. Argue that this derivative is a combination of a bond, with a call and a put. Exercise 1.6 Construct a table that shows the payoff from a bull spread when puts with strike price K 1 and K 2 are used. Exercise 1.7 A box spread is a combination of a bull call spread with strike prices K 1 and K 2, and a bear put spread, with the same strike prices. Assume that the expiration dates are the same. Explain how is the payoff of such combination of options. Exercise 1.8 A diagonal spread is created by buying a call with strike price K 2 and exercise date T 2, and selling a call with strike price K 1 and exercise date T 1 (T 2 > T 1 ). Draw a diagram showing the profit when (i) K 2 > K 1 ; (ii) K 2 < K 1. 3
4 Chapter 2 Discrete Time Models Exercise 2.1 You suspect that company XP T O will merge with company XP T A in the coming month. Presently, XP T O stock is trading at 0.85 Euros. Assume a 2period binomial tree, where there is a 60% chance that the merge will occur, in which case the stock will be worth 1.20 Euros; if not, the stock will downward plunge to 0.30 Euros. If r = 2% per annum, what is the value of a call with strike price K = 1 Euro and maturity one month? Exercise 2.2 A European put option with strike price 45 Euros matures in one year. The current price is 50 Euros, and the riskfree rate is 5 % per annum. Divide the oneyear interval in two sixmonth intervals, consider a 2binomial tree model, with u = 1.17 and d = (i) Determine the put price. (ii) Specify the hedging portfolio of this conting claim. Exercise 2.3 The current price is 100 Euros. The riskfree interest rate is 5% per annum. Consider a oneyear European call option on this price, with strike 100. (i) Divide the oneyear period into sixmonth intervals, and derive the recombinant tree with u = 1.25 and d = Calculate the riskneutral probabilities. What is the option value? (ii) Suppose that the market price of this option is 16 Euros. Assuming that the market is truly described by the tree of (a), then that means that there is an arbitrage possibility. Explain how can you use this opportunity to earn a riskfree profit. Exercise 2.4 A special kind of oneyear put option is written on the forward price. The current forward price is 40 Euros, and the current strike price is 40. At month 6, if the price is below 35, the strike price is lowered to 35; otherwise it remains unchanged. The riskfree interest rate is 5 % per annum. Assume a 4period binomial tree with u = 1.21 and d = 0.81 to value the option. Explain why this option is difficult to value. Exercise 2.5 The current stock price is 40 Euros. Over each of the next 3month period it is expected to go up by 10% or to go down by 10%. The riskfree interest rate is 12% per annum. (i) Assuming a 2period binomial model, determine the value of a 6month European call option with strike price of 42 Euros. (ii) The same, but now assume that it is an American call option. 4
5 Exercise 2.6 Consider a 2year European put, with a strike price equal to 52 Euros on a stock whose current price is 50 Euros. We assume that there are two time steps of one year, and in each time step the stock price either goes up by 20% or moves down by 20%. We assume also that the riskfree interest rate in 5% per annum. Give the price of this put, as well as the price of the American put. Should it be exercised early? Exercise 2.7 A stock price is currently 30 Euros. During each 2month period for the next 4 months it will increase by 8% or reduce by 10%. The riskfree interest rate is 5%. Use a 2step binomial tree to calculate the value of a derivative that pays off max[(30 S T ), 0] 2, where S T is the stock price in 4 months. If the derivative is Americanstyle, should it be exercised early? Exercise 2.8 Prove that if B t denotes the risk free investment at time t, then: [ ] Π(0; X) Π(1; X) = E Q. B 0 B 1 Exercise 2.9 For w Ω, let: Λ(w) = 1 q(w) 1 + R p(w) where q(w) = Q(w) and Q is the martingale measure. Prove that the arbitrage free price of any contingent claim X is given by: Π(0; X) = E P [Λ.X]. 5
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