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If interest rates are non-negative then C2 is worth at least as much as C1. Proof Consider an American call option, A, which expires at time T2; it has the same value as C2 by our argument above. However, it can also be exercised at time T1 so it carries all the rights of C1. Thus A must be worth at least as much as C1. Consequently, we have that C2 is worth at least as much C1. Since the times T1 and T2 were arbitrary, this shows that for options with the same strikes, the value is an increasing function of expiry date.
5 and a $1 is worth 100 yen, which is approximately true at the time of writing. How many yen is a pound worth? It has to be worth exactly 150 yen. If it is worth more than 150 yen, we sell pounds for yen, sell yen for dollars and sell dollars for pounds. We end up with more pounds than we started 20 Pricing methodologies and arbitrage with. We keep on doing this for as long as we can. If £1 is worth less than 150 yen, we do the same thing but go round the triangle in the opposite direction, and make money in the same way.
4 A gilt and a corporate bond have the same principal and the same coupons and coupon dates. How will their prices compare? 5 A bond can be converted into a share of the issuer one year from now. How will its price compare to the price of a bond with the same principal and coupons which is not convertible? 1 Some possible methodologies In the previous chapter, we introduced the concept of risk and examined its relationship to various products including options. In this chapter, we want to examine how to price options and more general `derivative' products.