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Testing the Forecasting Performance of Ibex 35 Option-implied Risk-neutral Densities

By Francisco Alonso, Roberto Blanco and Gonzalo Rubio Irigoyen

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Published also as: Documento de Trabajo Banco de España 0504/2005.risk-neutral densities, forecasting performance

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