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comment Is it possible to model general wrong way risk via concentration risk?
Thank you, @lehalle. Apart from CVA, which one could model via its specific characteristics, would it be an other propagation mechanism for GWWR you could think of, to make the difference from concentration risk? I doubt that regulators double count :( but their definition is not crystal clear, from modelling point of view. And say we don't measure market risk by volatility, but by expected shortfall.
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comment How popular is the IRR as a tool for capital budgeting, nowadays?
F=final, I=initial, IRR=(F-I)/I; NPV=F/(1+IRR)=F/(I+F-I)/I=I. The present balue of the final cashflow F is the investit cash I. ?
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answered CVA number used by Finance Team
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comment Excel to Java for Interactive brokers
The implementation of the function is something like
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comment Is inverted Japanese style curve persistent when negative rates are real / market - observed?
Thank you a lot for the article-link @haginile. I'll edit the question, as you pointed on the June14 JPY curve. My question is about the JPY curve/inverted style, in general: will real market negative rates become more negative in1 year, and then inflect to positive values, or will they grow in magnitude and "stay" negative?
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answered Recommendations for books to understand the math in quantitative finance papers?
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