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The Regulation of Commodity Markets: Part Three

September 15, 2016
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In the first article in this series we took an overview of the regulatory policy objectives of the G20 group of Finance Ministers and their aim to restore global growth, strengthen the international financial system and reform international financial institutions following the 2007/2009 banking crisis and subsequent […]

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The Regulation of Commodity Markets: Part Two

September 8, 2016
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In Part One of this series we took an overview of the regulatory policy objectives of the G20 group of Finance Ministers and their aim to restore global growth, strengthen the international financial system and reform international financial institutions following the 2007/2009 banking crisis and subsequent recession […]

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The Regulation of Commodity Markets: Part One

September 1, 2016
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Liz Bossley and Valerie Pivkina

Commodity markets have been caught in the cross fire of the battle, declared at the 2008 G20[1] Finance Ministers’ Summit, to restore global growth, strengthen the international financial system and reform international financial institutions following the banking crisis.

The meltdown witnessed in […]

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Take Your Partners for the Producers’ Two-Step

March 31, 2016
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My last blog (See “Producers, strapped for cash? What are your Options?”)  looked at a trading strategy for producers to manage cash flow associated with a low absolute price of oil, i.e. to hedge the height of the forward oil curve, A. See Chart 1.This blog […]

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