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Jump diffusion
One of the key assumptions of the Black-Scholes model is that the asset price follows Geometric Brownian motion with constant Volatility and Interest rates. In a jump diffusion model, it is assumed that, in addition to this regular diffusion, there are jumps in the market. This type of model is sometimes used for modelling equities and emerging market currencies.
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