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Stabilizing speculative commodity markets

by S. Ghosh

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Published by Clarendon in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Commodity control.,
  • Economic stabilization.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography and index.

    StatementS. Ghosh, C.L. Gilbert and A.J. Hughes Hallett.
    ContributionsGilbert, C. L., Hughes Hallett, Andrew.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF1428
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(448)p. ;
    Number of Pages448
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22280675M
    ISBN 100198284721

    Just as well-documented as the large gains in commodity prices prior to the recession is the contemporaneous large influx of capital into the commodity markets, namely in long-only index funds.8 According to Barclay's, index fund investment in commodities increased from $90 billion in early to just under $ billion by the end of Section 4a(a) of the CEA, 7 USC 6a(a), specifically holds that excessive speculation in a commodity traded for future delivery may cause "sudden or unreasonable fluctuations or unwarranted changes in the price of such commodity."Section 4a(a) provides that, for the purpose of diminishing, eliminating, or preventing such problems, the Commission may impose limits .

    commodity futures where high, correlation with stocks and bonds were mostly negative and commodity futures could be used to hedge against inflation. Erb and Harvey () conclude as well that the return of a rebalanced portfolio of commodity futures can be similar to the return on equity or that it could even be higher. Zant, Wouter, "Hedging Price Risks of Farmers by Commodity Boards: A Simulation Applied to the Indian Natural Rubber Market," World Development, Elsevier, vol. 29(4), pages , April. Femenia, Fabienne, "Should private storage be subsidized to stabilize agricultural markets after price support schemes are removed?.

    Wikimedia Commons has media related to Commodity markets: Subcategories. This category has the following 16 subcategories, out of 16 total. * Commodity markets in India‎ (3 C, 7 P) Commodity markets in Pakistan‎ (1 C). Several regulatory changes under the Dodd-Frank Act were aimed at stabilizing commodity markets through restrictions on speculative trading activities in the futures markets. 15 The Dodd-Frank Act was meant (among other things) to promote financial stability in the U.S. economy by improving accountability and transparency in the financial Cited by: 8.


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Stabilizing speculative commodity markets. Oxford [Oxfordshire]: Clarendon Press ; New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: S Ghosh; C L Gilbert; Andrew Hughes Hallett.

An update on speculation and financialization in commodity markets and this growth spanned most all commodity groups. Speculative positions in. (De)stabilizing Speculation on Futures Markets are constant), the unique Rational Expectations Equilibrium is an appealing focal point that will ultimately prevail.

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This book is a guide to the primary commodity universe, an increasingly crucial part of the world economy. In this updated edition, Marian Radetzki and Linda Wårell introduce and explain pertinent issues surrounding international commodity markets, including the importance of fossil markets among commodities, price formation, price trends, the Cited by: The purpose of this site is to provide personal and professional details about Christopher L.

Gilbert to the visitors of the site. Easy access to his written articles, references to his written books and chapters in books, revision of his presentations.

Commodity futures have become an integral part of food markets, and they perform an important role for many market participants.

Adequate regulation should improve, not ban, speculative trading in order to foster market performance. But the legitimate hedging element of commodity markets has virtually disappeared in the intervening years.

Bypure speculators made up a. A Study of Their Relative Efficiencies in Stabilizing Commodity Export Earnings”, Economic Journal, 95, – CrossRef Google Scholar Ghosh, S, C L Gilbert and A J Hughes Hallett (), Stabilizing Speculative Commodity Markets, Oxford University Press, by: 3.

Downloadable. The eleven papers collected in this volume present the results of the research activity undertaken by the participants in the project -The return to Keynes. Speculation and stabilization policies: money and commodities- financed by the Italian Ministry of Education (PRIN ).

They focus on four main areas of investigation: Keynes’s ideas on speculation, case. Speculation is the purchase of an asset (a commodity, goods, or real estate) with the hope that it will become more valuable in the near finance, speculation is also the practice of engaging in risky financial transactions in an attempt to profit from short term fluctuations in the market value of a tradable financial instrument—rather than attempting to profit from the.

In Commodity Derivatives: Markets and Applications, Neil Schofield provides a complete and accessible reference for anyone working in, or studying commodity markets and their associated g primarily with over the counter structures, the book provides extensive coverage of both hard and soft commodities, including gold, crude oil, electricity, plastics, Cited by: The same is true for the new developments on financial markets.

Over the last few years, in particular sine the tin crisis and the October stock exchange crisis, it has become evident that there are inter­ actions between commodity, futures, and financial markets and that these inter­ actions are very important.

Timing Techniques for Commodity Futures Markets – Colin Alexander (US) (UK): This book has really opened my eyes to technical commodity trading. The author gradually builds up the tools you need to understand how commodity futures prices move.

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Prices of numerous commodities tripled between andresulting in huge windfalls for producers and a financial squeeze on consumers. A Handbook of Primary Commodities in the Global Economy is a guide to the ins and outs of this increasingly crucial part of.

In the field of commodity derivatives, some questions are as old as the markets themselves, and they remain open today. Speculation is a good example. In his famous article about speculation and economic activity, KALDOR () wrote: “Does speculation exert a price-stabilizing influence, or the opposite?Cited by: 4.

Commodity markets and types of speculation on them ‘Starting as a trickle in the early part of this decade, the investment from hedge funds, commodity index funds and technical funds also known as Commodity Trading Advisors, (CTAs), has turned into a cascade, as pension funds and endowment fund money are also allocating more ofFile Size: KB.

The amount of speculative money involved in commodity markets is in constant flux, but as a general rule, most commodity futures markets consist of about 75 percent commercial users and 25 percent speculators.

Too much speculative money coming into the commodities markets can have detrimental effects. The existing pattern of trade and specialization has made developing nations dependent on primary products, which has led to unstable export markets and declining terms of trade.

true To promote stability in commodity markets, international commodity agreements have relied on production and export controls, buffer stocks, and multilateral.Ghosh, Surojit, Christopher L.

Gilbert, Andrew J. Hughes Hallett, Stabilizing Speculative Commodity Markets. Oxford Clarendon Press. XIII, S. Mehr als zehn Jahre nach dem großen Boom der Rohstoffpreise und der danach stark anschwellenden Flut von Veröffentlichungen zur Problematik der Rohstoffpreis-stabilisierung nun ein neues Buch.

IN recent decades there has been growing concern about the sharp fluctuations of primary product prices, the effects of those fluctuations on particular groups of producers and particular countries, and the measures which might be taken to reduce or offset the fluctuations. The main facts are clear enough and have been set out in the growing literature on the Cited by: 2.