Put call symmetry american options market


Call market put options american symmetry


AbstractWe derive a simple relationship between the values and exercise boundaries of American puts and calls. The result holds in both the Black Scholes model and in a more general diffusion setting. We thank Neil Chriss, the editor, and two anonymous referees for their comments. We are also grateful to participants of the Cornell Finance workshop and the 1994 meeting of the French Finance Association.

Finally, we credit Fan Yu with excellent research assistance. Any errors are our own. Keywords: Option pricing theory, American options. DetempleCIRANO Working Papers from CIRANOAbstract:A useful feature of European and American options in the standard financial market model with constant coefficients is the property of put-call symmetry. This property states that the value of a put option with strike price K and maturity date T is the same as the value of a call option with strike price S, maturity date T in an auxiliary financial market with interest rate d and in which the underlying asset price pays dividends at the rate r and has initial value K.

In this paper we review recent generalizations of this property and provide complementary results. We show taht put-call symmetry is a general property which holds in a large class of financial market models including nonmarkovian models with stochastic coefficients. Launched in January 2017. For every European call option there is a symmetrical European put option that matches its risk, i.e.

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Put call symmetry american options market

Put call symmetry american options market

Call market put options american symmetry



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