Kawee Numpacharoen, MathWorks
Using a normal volatility model, a shifted Black model, or a shifted SABR model, you can price interest rate options with negative interest rates in MATLAB® and Financial Instruments Toolbox™.
Recorded: 11 Apr 2017
Calibration and Simulation of Interest Rate Models in MATLAB
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