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An Economic Analysis Of The Determinants Of Lumber Futures Price Movements

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  • Rucker, Randal R.
  • Thurman, Walter N.
  • Yoder, Jonathan K.

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Recent lumber price volatility has been attributed to Spotted Owl Litigation and U.S.-Canada trade disputes. We use intervention analysis to explain daily lumber futures price volatility based on these events and other factors. The way information enters the market is shown to affect the speed and extent of market reaction.

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Paper provided by Montana State University, Department of Agricultural Economics and Economics in its series Trade Research Center Research Discussion Papers with number 29247.

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Date of creation: 1999
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Handle: RePEc:ags:motrdp:29247

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Keywords: lumber markets; future prices; Marketing; D4;

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  1. Montgomery Claire A. & Brown Jr. , Gardner M. & Adams Darius M., 1994. "The Marginal Cost of Species Preservation: The Northern Spotted Owl," Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Elsevier, vol. 26(2), pages 111-128, March.
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