# Questions tagged [numeraire]

Numeraire is a unit of account in which all other assets in a given model are denominated. Most importantly, one can borrow and lend at the Numeraire rate.

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### Is there a relationship between Risk Neutral Pricing framework and Nash Equilibria?

Based on the Fundamental Theorem of Asset Pricing, the risk neutral price of a contingent claim on an asset in a liquid, arbitrage free market can be determined by switching to an equivalent $Q-$ ...
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### Change of measure for BGM (LMM) Model

I've been checking the demos for BGM (LFM) forward rate model. Here's a short reminder to help you follow: Now, take the following \frac{dL_j(t)}{L_j(t)} = \sigma_j. dW^j(t) = \mu_{ij} dt + \...
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### Value of an option to exchange an asset for another

I'm working out the examples in the paper "Changes of Numeraire, Changes of Probability Measure and Option Pricing", corollary 3. An option of exchanging asset 2 against asset 1 at time T, its time-0 ...
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### Change of numeraire between t1-forward mesure and t2-forward mesure

Let denote $\mathbb{Q}_{t_1}$ the $t_1$-forward mesure associated to zero coupon bond $B(.,t_1)$. Let denote $\mathbb{Q}_{t_2}$ the $t_2$-forward mesure associated to zero coupon bond $B(.,t_2)$. I am ...
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### How to determine exchange rate dynamics in currency derivatives

I need some guidance regarding exchange rate dynamics in currency derivatives. Following three dynamics are defined below, $\frac{dS(t)}{S(t)}=\alpha dt+\sigma dW(t)$ ; the stock dynamics in the ...
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### Stock Price as Numeraire, Two Stocks & One Money Market Account

We have two uncorrelated Stock price processes and the classical Money-Market (MM) account. Under the MM Numeraire, both stocks are Martingales when discounted by the MM, as usual. Question: I would ...
At time $t$, the market offers a (possibly random) bounded interest rate $r_t$ and two assets whose prices are given by \begin{align*} {{\rm d S^{(1)}_t \over S^{(1)}_t}} &= b^{(1)}_t d t + \...