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Since the volatility is not changing, we can assume that the only change is the underlying asset price $S$. Then \begin{align*} C(S+\Delta) &\approx C(S) + Delta \times\Delta +\frac{1}{2} Gamma \times \Delta^2 \\ &=11.50 + 0.58 \times 0.5 + \frac{1}{2}\times 2 \times (0.5)^2\\ &=12.04. \end{align*}


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Delta is a linear approximation of the change in price due to a small move of the relevant interest rate. Typically a parallel move of the whole interest curve is assumed here. This applies to all kind of fixed income instruments, in particular IRS. Interest rates can be given as coupon rates (these are the so called par rates, based on prices observable in ...



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