Uncertainty, expectations, and fundamentals: whatever happened to long-term oil prices?
One of the major features of the oil market during the 1990s was the relative stability of the long-term oil price. While the spot price exhibited sharp price volatility, that volatility was only partially transmitted to the back end of the futures curve which was anchored around the $20--22 per bar...
|Place of publication:||
Oxford University Press 2011
|published in:||Oxford Review of Economic Policy Vol. 27; no. 1; pp. 186 - 206|
|Data of publication:||2011|
Oxford Review of Economic Policy
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
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