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February
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 21270: Assignment for Week #7
 Interest Rate Swaps
 21270: Solutions for HW#3
 21270: Assignment for Week #6
 Summer Opportunites in Math Finance
 21270: Homework for Week #5
 21270: Exam #1 Statistics
 Computational Finance Information Session
 21270: Homework for Week #4
 21270: Exam #1 Update
 BSCF Major Applications
 21270: Exam #1
 21270: Homework #1 Solutions

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3 comments:
I have a question about hw #6. For problem #3, Japanese company receives $10000000
from the US company in exchange for a payment of 10000000F_y_$ yen. Since F_y_$
reperesents the money in dollar correspond to one yen, isn't it should be the other
way, which is F_$_y?
For problem 5c, do we assume the dividend payments are at the same times as in 5b?
For problem 5, do is the constant effective rate R = .06 annual or the rate of 10 months.
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