Commodity Price Fluctuations: A Century of Analysis

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Walter Labys;
(2005)
  • Subject: commodity prices, price trends, price cycles, price volatility, futures markets, time series analysis, econometric models, mathematical models, forecasting
    • jel: jel:C5 | jel:C2 | jel:C3 | jel:Q10 | jel:C6 | jel:Q30

Commodity prices again! The twentieth century has only been the latest spectator to the impacts and importance of commodity price fluctuations. It is reasonably well known that commodity price records have come down to us from the ancient civilizations of India, Mesopot... View more
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