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Consider a stock portfolio consisting of two stocks with normally distributed returns. The joint distribution of daily returns is constant over time and there is no serial correlation. Stock Epsilon has a market value of $100,000 with an annualized volatility of 22%. Stock Omega has a market value of $175,000 with an annualized volatility of 27%.
Calculate the 95% confidence interval 1-day VaR of the portfolio. Assume a correlation coefficient of 0.3. Round to the nearest dollar assuming 252 business days in a year. The daily expected return is assumed to be zero.
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