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Peaks, Spikes, and Barrels

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Source: Peaks, Spikes, and Barrels : Modeling Sharp Movements in Oil Prices

Volume/Issue: 2010/186

Series: IMF Working Papers

Author(s): Malika Pant , Martin Mühleisen , and Alun Thomas

Publisher: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Publication Date: 01 August 2010

ISBN: 9781455202201

Keywords: oil price, consumption demand, asset demand, speculation, oil prices, opec, oil imports, oil supply, crude oil, Prices

Global oil markets were roiled by sharp price swings in 2008, and economists are still divided over the reasons for the unusual volatility. Those emphasizing fundamentals point to inelastic supply and demand curves...

Interview with David Burton: Asia and the World Have Much to Gain from a Strong IMF

Interview with David Burton: Asia and the World Have Much to Gain from a Strong IMF »

Source: IMF Survey, Volume 35, Issue 17

Volume/Issue: 35/22

Series: IMF Survey

Author(s): International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

Publisher: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Publication Date: 12 September 2006

ISBN: 9781451968637

Keywords: capital market, international capital, international capital market, American Dollar, Capital Market. Volatility, Commodities. Prices, Doha Round (2001-), International Monetary Fund (imf). Annual Meetings, Metals. Prices, Organizational Change

Annual meetings curtain raiser; APD Director Burton on IMF role in Asia; Briefs on Bolivia, Indonesia; WEO: rising Asia and nonfuel commodity prices; GFSR: global financial system; euro area recovery; U.S. capital...

Global Surveillance: Asia is Rising, but The Next Steps May Be The Hardest

Global Surveillance: Asia is Rising, but The Next Steps May Be The Hardest »

Source: IMF Survey, Volume 35, Issue 17

Volume/Issue: 35/22

Series: IMF Survey

Author(s): International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

Publisher: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Publication Date: 12 September 2006

ISBN: 9781451968637

Keywords: capital market, international capital, international capital market, American Dollar, Capital Market. Volatility, Commodities. Prices, Doha Round (2001-), International Monetary Fund (imf). Annual Meetings, Metals. Prices, Organizational Change

Annual meetings curtain raiser; APD Director Burton on IMF role in Asia; Briefs on Bolivia, Indonesia; WEO: rising Asia and nonfuel commodity prices; GFSR: global financial system; euro area recovery; U.S. capital...

Country Focus: To Sustain Rapid Growth, China Needs to Rebalance its Economy

Country Focus: To Sustain Rapid Growth, China Needs to Rebalance its Economy »

Source: IMF Survey, Volume 35, Issue 22

Volume/Issue: 35/22

Series: IMF Survey

Author(s): International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

Publisher: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Publication Date: 12 December 2006

ISBN: 9781451968927

Keywords: capital market, international capital, American Dollar, Capital Market. Volatility, Commodities. Prices, Doha Round (2001-), International Capital Market, International Monetary Fund (imf). Annual Meetings, Metals. Prices, Organizational Change

Rising Energy Costs, Liberia to get debt relief, Climate Change, World Economic Outlook, European Economic Outlook, Latin American Economic Outlook, Mideast-Central Asia Economic Outlook, Technical Assistance, Rese...

Peaks, Spikes, and Barrels
			: Modeling Sharp Movements in Oil Prices

Peaks, Spikes, and Barrels : Modeling Sharp Movements in Oil Prices »

Volume/Issue: 2010/186

Series: IMF Working Papers

Author(s): Malika Pant , Martin Mühleisen , and Alun Thomas

Publisher: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Publication Date: 01 August 2010

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5089/9781455202201.001

ISBN: 9781455202201

Keywords: oil price, consumption demand, asset demand, speculation, oil prices, opec, oil imports, oil supply, crude oil, Prices

Global oil markets were roiled by sharp price swings in 2008, and economists are still divided over the reasons for the unusual volatility. Those emphasizing fundamentals point to inelastic supply and demand curves...