Provides a set of indices which can be used as part of a period.
- Christian Fries
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ClassDescriptionBase class for indices.An accrued interest index.An index which is given by a name referencing a curve of an analytic model.An index which is given by a name referencing a curve of an analytic model.An capped and floored index paying min(max(index(t),floor(t)),cap(t)), where index, floor and cap are indices, i.e., objects implementing
AbstractIndex.An idealized (single curve) CMS index with given maturity and given period length.An index whose value is a function of the fixing date, for example the DAY, MONTH or NUMBER_OF_DAYS_IN_MONTH.A fixed coupon index paying constant coupon..A fixed coupon index paying coupon calculated from a forward curve.A time-lagged index paying index(t+fixingOffset)A (floating) forward rate index for a given period start offset (offset from fixing) and period length.A linear combination index paying scaling1 * index1(t) + scaling2 * index2(t)A maximum index.A minumum index.A (floating) rate index representing the performance of the numeraire asset for a given period start offset (offset from fixing) and period length.A (floating) rate index representing the performance of the numeraire asset.A performance index being numeratorIndex(t) / denominatorIndex(t)A power index.A product index being index1(t) * index2(t)An index which maps is evaluation point to a fixed discrete point, the end of the month, then takes the value of a given base index at this point.A trigger index.An index throwing an exception if his
getValuemethod is called.