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A switching self-exciting jump diffusion process for stock prices

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Bibliographic reference Hainaut, Donatien ; Moraux, Franck. A switching self-exciting jump diffusion process for stock prices. ISBA Discussion Paper ; 2018/13 (2018) 36 pages
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