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Supply And Demand Risks In Forward And Spot Markets: Implications For Agriculture

  • Menkhaus, Dale J.
  • Bastian, Christopher T.
  • Phillips, Owen R.
  • O'Neill, Patrick D.
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    Laboratory methods are used to investigate the impacts of supply and/or demand risks on prices, quantities traded, and earnings within forward and spot market institutions. Results suggest that the spot or forward trading institution itself has a greater influence on market outcomes than supply/demand risks within the institution.

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    Paper provided by Western Agricultural Economics Association in its series 1999 Annual Meeting, July 11-14, 1999, Fargo, ND with number 35693.

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