Asymptotics for the Laplace transform of the time integral of the geometric Brownian motion

Operations Research Letters(2023)

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Abstract
We present an asymptotic result for the Laplace transform of the time integral of the geometric Brownian motion $F(\theta,T) = \mathbb{E}[e^{-\theta X_T}]$ with $X_T = \int_0^T e^{\sigma W_s + ( a - \frac12 \sigma^2)s} ds$, which is exact in the limit $\sigma^2 T \to 0$ at fixed $\sigma^2 \theta T^2$ and $aT$. This asymptotic result is applied to pricing zero coupon bonds in the Dothan model of stochastic interest rates. The asymptotic result provides an approximation for bond prices which is in good agreement with numerical evaluations in a wide range of model parameters. As a side result we obtain the asymptotics for Asian option prices in the Black-Scholes model, taking into account interest rates and dividend yield contributions in the $\sigma^{2}T\to 0$ limit.
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brownian motion,laplace transform,asymptotics
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