clear all
clc
%Q1. a)
r = 0.031;
K = 80;
T = 20;
V0 = 100;
N = 240;
M = 250000;
dt = 1/12;
t = dt:dt:T;
rng(13)
dW = randn (M,N);
V = NaN (M,N);
V(:,1) = V0;
sigma1 = 0.15;
sigma2 = 0.25;
for i = 1:M
temp = V0;
for j = 2:N
if j>N/2
sigma = sigma2;
else
si
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1)
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VCM=
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