عنوان مقاله [English]
We obtain the hedging strategy in a jump-diffusion market by minimizing the variance of the residual risk. We calculate the residual risk by two formulas: the Ito's formula and the jump-diffusion version of the Clark-Ocone formula. The results show that Malliavin calculus can generate the hedging strategy under weaker assumptions. Thus afterward we do not require to check the strong condition on and the condition with bounded derivative is sufficient.
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