Use the Black-Scholes formula for the following stock:
Time to expiration | 6 months | |
Standard deviation | 54% per year | |
Exercise price | $54 | |
Stock price | $52 | |
Annual interest rate | 4% | |
Dividend | 0 | |
Calculate the value of a put option.
d1=[ln(S/X) + (R – d + σ^2 / 2) × t] / (σ ×t^0.5) =Ln(52/54)+(4%-0%+54%^2/2)/(54%*0.5^0.5) =0.14445
N(d1) using NORMSDIST function of excel =NORMSDIST(0.14445)
=0.5574
d2 =d1-σ*t^0.5 =0.5574-54%*0.5^0.5=-0.2374
N(d2) using NORMSDIST function of excel =NORMSDIST(-0.2374)
=0.4062
Call Option =C = S * N(d1) – X × e–Rt × N(d2)
=52*0.5574-54*EXP(-4%*0.5)*0.4062 =7.23
Put option=C0-S0+X*EXP-rt =7.23-52+54*EXP(-4%*0.5) =8.16
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