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arbitrage-free price

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  • No-Arbitrage — Unter der Arbitragefreiheit wird das Fehlen jeder Möglichkeit zur (ökonomischen) Arbitrage verstanden. Dieser Begriff wurde insbesondere für die Finanzmärkte geprägt. Durch den internationalen, elektronischen Handel an diesen Märkten und die… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Forward price — The forward price or forward rate is the agreed upon price of an asset in a forward contract. Using the rational pricing assumption, we can express the forward price in terms of the spot price and any dividends etc., so that there is no… …   Wikipedia

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