Modelling the implied volatility of options on long gilt futures

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Brooks, Chris; Oozeer, M.C.;

This paper investigates the properties of implied volatility series calculated from options on Treasury bond futures, traded on LIFFE. We demonstrate that the use of near-maturity at the money options to calculate implied volatilities causes less mis-pricing and is ther... View more
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