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Data: The data was retrieved from: http://www.databaseolympics.com/games/gamessport.htm?g=11&sp=SWI
DATA LR-2: SCATTER PLOT
Correlation coefficient = -0.850933406
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Capiński, M. and Zastawniak, T. (2011) Mathematics for finance, 2nd edition, Springer **Stochastic** Financial **Models**, Chapman and Hall/CRC
Cuthbertson, K. and Nitzsche, D. (2004) Quantitative Financial Economics: Stocks, Bonds and Foreign Exchange, 2nd edition, Wiley
Lamberton, D., Bernard, L. (2007), Introduction to **Stochastic** Calculus Applied to Finance, 2nd , Chapman and Hall/CRC
Shiryaev, A.N., Grossinho, M.d.R., Oliveira, P.E., Esquível, M.L., (2006), **Stochastic**...

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Stochastic finance...rate of 1.17%. The mean and variance set has been computed to be 4.72 and 0.08, respectively.
Use the derived Black-Scholes call and put formulae derived in a) and the data given to compute the call and put values. Interpret the results
Solution
Where:
The stock is trading below money with theoretical put premium of £31.56
Consider Capital Asset Pricing **Model** which is also known as Security Market Line described in the question as under:
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