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On the backward Euler method for a generalized Ait-Sahalia-type rate model with Poisson jumps

02/21/2020
by   Yuying Zhao, et al.
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This article aims to reveal the mean-square convergence rate of the backward Euler method (BEM) for a generalized Ait-Sahaliz interest rate model with Poisson jumps. The main difficulty in the analysis is caused by the non-globally Lipschitz drift and diffusion coefficients of the model. We show that the BEM preserves positivity of the original problem. Furthermore, we successfully recover the mean-square convergence rate of order one-half for the BEM. The theoretical findings are accompanied by several numerical examples.

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