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The premium of a call option with a strike price of $45 is equal
to $4.5 and the premium of a call

option with a strike price of $55 is equal to $2. The premium of a
put option with a strike price of $45

is equal to $2.5. All these options have a time to maturity of 3
months. The risk-free rate of interest is

6%. In the absence of arbitrage opportunities, what should be the
premium of a put option with a strike

price of $55?

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The premium of a call option with a strike price of $45 is equal
to $5 and the premium of a call option with a strike price of $50
is equal to $3.5. The premium of a put option with a strike price
of $45 is equal to $3. All these options have a time to maturity of
3 months. The risk-free rate of interest is 8%. In the absence of
arbitrage opportunities, what should be the premium of a...

The premium of a call option with a strike price of $45 is equal
to $5 and the premium of a call
option with a strike price of $50 is equal to $3.5. The premium of
a put option with a strike price of
$45 is equal to $3. All these options have a time to maturity of 3
months. The risk-free rate of interest
is 8%. In the absence of arbitrage opportunities, what should be
the premium of a...

The premium of a call option with a strike price of $50 is equal
to $5.5 and the premium of a call option with a strike price of $55
is equal to $4. The premium of a put option with a strike price of
$50 is equal to $3.5. All these options have a time to maturity of
6 months. The risk-free rate of interest is 9%. In the absence of
arbitrage opportunities, what should be the premium of a...

The premium of a call option with a strike price of $50 is equal
to $6 and the premium of a call
option with a strike price of $60 is equal to $3. The premium of a
put option with a strike price of $50
is equal to $4. All these options have a time to maturity of 6
months. The risk-free rate of interest is
7%. In the absence of arbitrage opportunities, what should be the
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