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FinanceQ&A LibrarySuppose that C is the price of a European call option to purchase a security whose present price is S. Show that if C>S then there is an opportunity for arbitrage (i.e. risk-less profit). You may assume the interest rate is r=0 so that the present value calculations are unnecessary.Question

Suppose that C is the price of a European call option to purchase a security whose present price is S. Show that if C>S then there is an opportunity for arbitrage (i.e. risk-less profit). You may assume the interest rate is r=0 so that the present value calculations are unnecessary.

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