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How to price a bond at specified dates in QuantLib
I am wondering what's the most efficient way (i.e. the method which involves the fewest arguments) to price a bond at a specified date, e.g. a future date (as instance, 6 months from now) in QuantLib. ...
Sep 5 '13 at 16:41
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