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Sensemaking on the energy market: <br />how industry deals with price uncertainties
Energy markets in Europe face growing uncertainty. Market liberalisation brings a major change, since it implies the creation of market mechanisms where previously there were public monopolies. At the same time, the price of crude oil is rising sharply. This communication explores how energy price u...
A network analysis of the global energy market: an insight on the entanglement between crude oil and the world economy
One major hurdle in the road toward a low carbon economy is the present entanglement of developed economies with oil. This tight relationship is mirrored in the correlation between most of economic indicators with oil price. This paper addresses the role of oil compared to the other three main energ...
On the risk dependence between crude oil market and U.S. dollar exchange rates
Techno-economic and Life Cycle Assessments of Oil Sands Products and Liquefied Natural Gas Supply Chains from Canada to Asia-Pacific and Europe
Degree: Master of Science Abstract: The diversification of Canadian oil sands and natural gas markets is imperative for their long-term economic growth. In order to ensure a competitive spot in the natural gas and oil global market, it is considerably important for Canada to supply its natural gas a...
Leverage vs. Feedback: Which Effect Drives the Oil Market?
This article brings new insights on the role played by (implied) volatility on the WTI crude oil spot price. An increase in the volatility subsequent to an increase in the oil price (i.e. inverse leverage effect) remains the dominant effect as it might reflect the fear of oil consumers to face risin...
Volatility persistence in crude oil markets
International audience Financial market participants and policy-makers can benefit from a better understanding of how shocks can affect volatility over time. This study assesses the impact of structural changes and outliers on volatility persistence of three crude oil markets - Brent, West Texas Int...
Effects of diluted bitumen exposure on the survival, physiology, and behaviour of zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata)
Diluted bitumen (dilbit) is an unconventional crude petroleum increasingly being extracted and transported to market by pipeline and tanker. Despite the transport of dilbit through terrestrial, aquatic, and coastal habitat important to diverse bird fauna, toxicity data are currently only available f...
Transformation of the global oil pricing structure in the conditions of increasing competition of leading players in the oil market
The article proposed by the authors examines the competition between the world's leading producer countries in the context of changing the structure of global oil pricing. The global benchmarks for WTI, Brent and Dubai are the price benchmarks for all oil producing countries in the world, and all ch...
Heterogeneous Causal Relationships between Spot and Futures Oil Prices: Evidence from Quantile Causality Analysis
The causal relationships between spot and futures crude oil prices have attracted the attention of many researchers in the past several decades. Most of the studies, however, do not distinguish among the various oil market situations in analyses of linear and nonlinear causalities. In light of the f...
Research on the trend of Yen exchange rate and international crude oil price fluctuation affected by Japan’s earthquake
<p><strong>Purpose:</strong> Whether this earthquake would become a turning point of the high oil price and whether it would have big impact on yen exchange rate are two issues to be discussed in this paper.</p><p><strong>Design/methodology/approach:</strong> To analyze deeply the internal relations...
Dynamic Correlation between Stock Market Returns and Crude Oil Prices: Evidence from a Developing Economy
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DAILY DYNAMICS VOLUME AND PRICES OF OIL BRENT AND IMPACT ON FINANCIAL CAPACITY OF THREE FACTORS
According to the factual data Daily average price difference between the maximum and minimum price and sales volume given the laws of dynamics from 02.03.2007 to 02.24.2016 on the example of Brent crude oil. Additionally, take into account a new parameter in the form of financial capacity as the pro...
The Effects of Crude Oil Price Changes on the Indonesian Stock Market: A Sector Investigation
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Una herramienta para la estimación y predicción de precios de combustibles en base a costes
In the composition of fuel prices three components are distinguished: raw material costs, distribution costs and taxes, and changes in any of them have a significant impact on prices. In this paper a tool to predict the final prices of fuel in the retail market is presented. The estimation is made f...
Role of Indian Commodity Derivatives Market in Hedging Price Risk: Estimation of Constant and Dynamic Hedge Ratio, and Hedging Effectiveness
This paper examines hedging effectiveness of four agricultural (soybean, corn, castor seed and guar seed) and seven non-agricultural (gold, silver, aluminium, copper, zinc, crude oil and, natural gas) futur...
Oil product tanker geography with emphasis on the Handysize segment
Novel movement data are used to chart worldwide mineral oil product shipments by Handysize (15,000–59,999 dwt) and larger (60,000+ dwt) tankers. The data are from 2004 which allows comparisons with earlier studies about crude oil shipments. Theory about ship movements and attached freight rates (RP...
The Impact of Oil Prices On BRIC Countries' Stock Markets
Petrol it is one of the economic indicators. Changes in oil price macroeconomic variables and stock market variables it can affect. World face as terrestrial area as of 2017 25% of its measurement; BRIC countries comprising 41% of the world's population economies and stock markets, oil and oil price...
Extreme events and the oil market: conditional jump process and the oil market: jumping approach condicionais
Purpose: This research yarns to analogue price flows in the oil market stimulated by extremes such as oil platform explosions, geopolitical events, and financial crises and to understand the reaction and the persistence of these effects on the commodity’s price. Origin/value: The Prominent posit...
Screening for light crude oil and market comovements
This study aimed to perform a screening for economic interrelationships among market participants from the stock market, global stock indices, and commodities from fossil energy, agricultural, and the metals sector. Particular focus was put on the comovements of the light crude oil benchmarks West T...
The Relevance of Crude Oil Prices on Natural Gas Pricing Expectations: A Dynamic Model Based Empirical Study
<p>The natural gas price is an important and often decisive variable for economic policy makers. Many studies have been developed in order to establish a stochastic process that can represent the movements or the returns of natural gas prices or variations of such prices time series to forecast pric...
Analysis of the Legal Framework Governing Gas Flaring in Nigeria’s Upstream Petroleum Sector and the Need for Overhauling
Nigeria is rated the number one producer of crude oil in Africa. Still, oil exploration activities have resulted in a high rate of gas flaring due to weak enforcement of the anti-gas flaring laws by the regulatory authorities. Associated natural gas is generated from oil production, and it is burnt...
Introducing an Early Warning System for High Volatility in The Crude Oil OPEC Market: Markov Switching GARCH Approach
Dynamics of Canadian Oil Price and its Impact on Exchange Rate and Stock Market.
<p>The objective of this study is to analyse the impact of crude oil prices (COP) on exchange rate and stock market returns in Canada for the period of 1986–2015. The results of the study suggest that there was no cointegration among COP, exchange rate and stock market returns. Regression analysis s...
Crude Oil Price Shocks and Stock Returns: Evidence from Turkish Stock Market under Global Liquidity Conditions
The purpose of this study is to investigate the impacts of crude oil price variations on the Turkish stock market returns. We have employed vector autoregression model using daily observations of Brent crude oil prices and Istanbul Stock Exchange National Index returns for the period between January...
Can an Energy Futures Index Predict US Stock Market Index Movements?
<p>This paper investigates if an energy futures conditions index (EFCI) can predict movements of US major stock market indices. While various financial conditions indices provide information about the financial stress of a country, the existence of an energy conditions index, using futures markets,...