Price Discovery In The Futures And Cash Market For Sugar
Pricing function using world sugar futures (WSF) has received limited research interest. Findings indicate that WSF and cash prices for the Dominican Republic appears cointegrated with changing relationships. Previous work suggests that futures markets price the cheapest quality of commodities deliverable on contracts. Cointegration results are consistent with this argument.
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- Sarahelen Thompson & Thomas J. McNeill & James S. Eales, 1990. "Expiration and delivery on the world sugar futures contract," Journal of Futures Markets, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol. 10(2), pages 153-168, 04.
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