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Start Free Trial No credit card required. Forward Prices and Forward Rates Chapter Capital Budgeting Chapter Equilibrium versus Arbitrage 2. The Arbitrage Pricing Theory On the Role of Financial Danthins and Institutions 1. When we price this risk in an incomplete market framework, we obtain a GE model with return volatilities close to observations and a sizable equity premium.