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Explicit expression for option prices in SABR?

I am trying to get a grip of the current state of research regarding option pricing in the SABR model. Am I correct in that, so far, there is no known general formula for the option price in the SABR ...
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Interpreting SABR calibration model output

Calibrate a SABR model? Following on from this question, I have used the same market data they attached but am unsure on interpreting the output. When I plot the SABR probabilities against strike for ...
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Under what measure is the SABR stochastic differential equations

The SABR Model is a CEV (constant elasticity of variance) Cox asset process with correlated lognormal stochastic volatility. A forward rate $F(t,T)$ to time $T$, observed at $t$, and the instantaneous ...
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How to Calibrate SABR parameters by fixing Beta(Quantlib XL/Python)

Unable to find a good example for either Quantlib XL/Python where we can calibrate Alpha, Rho and Nu by fixing Beta. Any help would be appreciated
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Is there an example on how to build ZABR model in Quantlib Python?

I am relatively new to quantlib. I am trying to build a ZABR model in Quantlib Python and was trying to do it on Excel first. Upon some research, found that it is not available on Excel yet. However, ...
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Is there a ZABR model on Quantlib XL

I am relatively new to QuantlibXL and would like to build a ZABR model in excel. But I cant find much help online. Any help would be appreciated
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SABR Model Pricing Engine in Python QuantLib

I am looking for a SABR model pricing engine in Python QuantLib setting. I do know that it exists in C++ version, but not sure if available in Python. Any suggestion/feedback with respect to Python ...
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Black Volatility using SABR model

As per the Wikipedia, the SABR model looks like below - $dF_t = \sigma_t \left(F_t\right)^{\beta} dW_t$ $d \sigma_t = \alpha \sigma_t d Z_t$ I have 3 questions - ...
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Intuition behind local volatility curve shapes in interest rate environments

I have some questions regarding the intuition behind shapes for the local volatility (LV) curve as seen in quite popular models. Let's say we have the following generalized stochastic-local volatility ...
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Bond Options Calibration to market volatility using SABR Model

I'm trying to calibrate bond option implied volatility from SABR model to market volatilities, I tried calibration in python but the smile isn't correctly matching with market volatility? Any help is ...
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Do all stochastic volatility models capture volatility smile?

I started reading SABR model recently. In Wiki page, it states that the SABR model can capture volatility smile in derivative market. However, I do not see how it does so.
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Implied vol expansion for $\lambda$-SABR

Is anyone aware of a good implied volatility expansion formula for $\lambda$-SABR (SABR with mean reversion)? I am not sure if there is a formula as simple (or just slightly more complex) as the ...
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SABR - several maturities in equities

SABR model is quite popular and given options on a certain forward, you can easily calibrate it. In Fixed Income, the extensions to several tenors typically involve LMM. Is there a popular way to so ...
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Coherent and convex risk measure for a ZCB portfolio

I have the composition of one ZCB portfolio at the time $\ {t_1,...,t_n}$. I have to estimate the volatility of the single ZCB following (Bruder et al., p.6, 2011) https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/...
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Hagan et. al original argument for SABR

In the original SABR paper (Hagan et al 2002 ), the introduction of the famous model is motivated by the observation that local volatility models spot dynamics work the wrong way. As the spot ...
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SABR Calibration

I need to generate the Volatility Surface of call options on S&P500 index, my dataset contains implied volatilities regarding various expiration dates for various strike prices. My doubt is, ...
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How are Autocallables modelled?

What models are used to price autocallables ? Should we talk about Heston/SABR models which talking about this topic ? Any reference link is welcome.
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Pnl explain using adjusted SABR delta

When looking at SABR, the starting point for a swaption's delta is the usual: $\Delta = \partial V/\partial F $ However, since we have expressed our volatility $ \sigma $ as a function of our ...
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How to find the right Shift for the SABR Model

I'm looking for the right approche to find the right Shift for the SABR Model.
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The error term of Hagan's approximation of Black's vol in SABR

Hagans approximation of Black's implied vol in SABR is very! difficult to understand fully. But I want to ask in here if anyone can tell me more about the error term. Consider the paper: http://web....
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SABR Implied Vol: Normal Approximation vs Log-Normal Approximation

I am having trouble understanding the difference between the normal and log-normal implied volatilities from Hagans SABR model: http://web.math.ku.dk/~rolf/SABR.pdf. As far as i understand the main ...
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Black-Scholes vs Blacks model. Which one to use with SABR?

Say I want to compute a call price for a given set of SABR parameters. I use Hagans approximation and compute $\sigma_B$. The rate is not zero. Should I then compute the option price using Blacks ...
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$\beta = 1$: Simulation of SABR and whether a solution is *exact*

Quick question regarding the conditional distributions (SABR is just an example here) Consider $$dS_t = \sigma_tS_tdW_t$$ $$d\sigma_t = \alpha\sigma_tdV $$ $$dW_tdV_t=\rho dt$$ Hence a SABR process ...
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Does high levels of vol-of-vol parameter in SABR lead to Arbitrage? (Something seems wrong with Hagans formula)

Main question: Do we need to restrict the vol-of-vol parameter in SABR further than $\text{vol-of-vol}>0$ and how do we determine the interval of vol-vol which the model is arbitragefree? ...
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Simulation scheme for SABR beside the standard Euler discretization

QUESTION: Beside Euler Scheme, is there another more robust (and preferably easy to implement) way to simulate asset path with SABR dynamics? Simulation that will withstand even for high volatilities....
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Example of complex structured products on FX market?

Lately I have been working a lot with the vol smile and different stochastic volatility models with FX forwards data. Now I want to work with pricing examples through simulations. Can you suggest some ...
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simple SABR model & negative strikes

My goal is to calibrate a simple SABR model. I do have $tenor$, $expiry$, $forward$ and "market volatilities for strike spread" ranging from -150 to 150 bps. I think the model can only be ...
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Understanding the ZABR model (an extension of SABR)

http://janroman.dhis.org/finance/SABR/ZABR%20Andreasen.pdf In this acticle the SABR model is first presented in another form ( see equation 7 in the article ) and then extended to the so called ZABR ...
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zero-shift SABR vega and re-calibration of SABR

I have a zero-shifted SABR model, where I need to confirm if the model is generating the calibration and vega's correctly. The underlying model is the standard SABR lognormal (there is normal as well)...
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SABR for swaptions

We calibrate SABR on each expiry and tenor combination using market data. (e.g. 1mx10y, 3mx10y etc.) Then how about the non-standard expiry like 2.5mx10y? Do I linear interpolate the alpha, beta, rou ...
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Are extended SABR models useful for options with non-negative underlying

https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2731359 http://janroman.dhis.org/finance/SABR/ZABR%20Andreasen.pdf In the two articles listed above we see several ways to extend the original ...
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The Free Boundary SABR: Natural Extension to Negative Rates

In the paper by Antonov, Konikov and Spector An alternative approximation for the SABR model is presented. I'm interested to implement the formula for the ATM swaptions implied volatilities in the ...
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SABR Question: Why does the market take the beta parameter as a constant?

SABR Question Why does the market take the $\beta$ parameter as a "constant"? I see most brokers quoting SABR parameters nowadays. I've seen many banks use $\beta$=0.5 as a rule. I've seen quants ...
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Is SABR being used in practice for Equity options

Just to be clear: By "in practice" I mean what the banks and other financial companies do. Do financial companies use SABR for pricing equity options? Consider a stock with price $t$ being: $S_t$. ...
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Calibrate a SABR model?

How do you calibrate a SABR model using R/Python/Matlab? Using the data example from: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2725485 1) How does one calibrate the SABR model? 2) How ...
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Analytical formula for the moments of SABR model?

Do analytical formulae exist for the central moments under the SABR model? Assuming dynamics for the forward rate $\{F_t, t \geq 0\}$ under a shifted SABR model. How do we derive $\mathbb{E}[X(T)^n]$ ...
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SABR: implied vol formulas

I noticed that the approximate implied volatilities in Hagan’s 2002 paper (see B69.a and BC9.c, please refer to the paper for the definition of the parameters): are different from the formulas on ...
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Approximate Hagan formula for SABR model with negative beta

While looking into fixing the $\beta$ parameter (based the following regression: $\text{ln } \sigma^{ATM}_t = \text{ln } \alpha - (1-\beta)\text{ln }F_t$, as explained in West (2004), page 6) before ...
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Calibrate SABR-LMM using only data from Bloomberg?

I'm exploring the SABR-LMM model. In particular, have been trying to study the effect of the parameters and their time evolution. However, the data seems to be a major issue here. Prices for caps/...
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How to show that SABR is log-normal for $\beta=1$ and normal for $\beta=0$?

For $\beta = 1$ SABR is log-normally distributed and for for $\beta = 0$ SABR is normally distributed. This is a very common property mentioned in almost every paper about SABR. But I can't find the ...
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SABR ATM volatility

The ATM implied volatility is important in SABR when calibrating the model. Let's consider the ATM vol (for a european call option): $$\sigma = \frac{\alpha}{f^{1-\beta}} \left[ 1+ \left(\frac{(1-\...
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Checking arbitrage for the SABR model - analytical vs numerical approach

I wish to check if the fitted volatility smile/surface from the SABR model for a fixed time period is arbitrage free. Through my research, I've learnt the following need to be checked: The RND (risk ...
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SABR Normal Volatility when F = K

Looking at the papers Arbitrage free SABR (Hagan) Managing Smile Risk (Hagan) Explicit SABR Calibration through simple expansions (Floch) all 3 papers have similar forms for expression for implied ...
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Estimating at-the-money volatility where at-the-money option is absent from the market

I am trying to estimate the intraday ATM volatility in a market where the the strike prices are relatively sparse thus the ATM option may not exist (let's say the closest strike is about 2% away from ...
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Question about derivation of SABR volatility formula in original paper 'Managing Smile Risk' by Hagan et al

I have a question regarding the starting point of the derivation of SABR volatilities formulas in the appendix of the famous paper 'Managing Smile Risk' by Hagan et al. To derive SABR volatility ...
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Finite Difference method in Matlab for SABR volatility model fails to provide correct option values

Currently, I'm trying to implement a Finite Difference (FD) method in Matlab for my thesis (Quantitative Finance). I implemented the FD method for Black-Scholes already and got correct results. ...
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What is the importance of alpha, beta, rho in the SABR volatility model?

I just read that SABR model is a stochastic volatility model, which attempts to capture the volatility smile in derivatives markets. The name stands for "stochastic alpha, beta, rho", referring to the ...
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Mixing Black Scholes with SABR

I am new to the whole concept of stochastic volatility so I am experimenting with option pricing. I think the concept is really difficult to understand / grasp. I was wondering if the following ...
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Motivation of the singular perturbation solution formulation for local volatility model

I am puzzled by the motivation of the particular choice of the (singular) perturbation method used in Equivalent Black Volatilities. Equation (A.6a) sets $$\epsilon:= A(K)\ll 1.$$ What is the ...
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(C++) Monte Carlo pricer for SABR model to test Hagan / Paulot formulas

I'm trying to test the so-called Hagan formula (p.6 of this paper) and the Paulot formula, order 1 only (eq. (43) p.19 of this paper. For this, i'm trying to use both Euler and Milstein scheme ...