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VOLATILITY AND CORRELATION : THE PERFECT HEDGER AND THE FOX (WILEY FINANCE)


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Riccardo Rebonato, "Volatility and Correlation : The Perfect Hedger and the Fox (Wiley Finance)", John Wiley & Sons, 03 September, 2004.

ISBN: 0470091398

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