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Precio del Petróleo: Tensiones Geopolíticas y Eventos de Oferta

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  • Eduardo López
  • Ercio Muñoz

The impact on oil prices of geopolitical tensions and oil supply-side events is examined. Using a GARCH model on daily oil price data, we find that, when these events actually occur -10% frequency- the geopolitical events explain around 3/4 of daily oil returns forecasted by the model, and oil supply-side events explain 2/3. When there is no occurrence of these events, financial factors (i.e. dollar fluctuations and market risk perception changes) explain around 4/5 of the daily return of oil price forecasted in average. Variance of oil return is highly persistent and these events explain no more than 10% of the daily conditional variance on the day the events actually occur.

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Paper provided by Central Bank of Chile in its series Working Papers Central Bank of Chile with number 680.

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Date of creation: Nov 2012
Handle: RePEc:chb:bcchwp:680
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