Will Natural Gas Prices Decouple From Oil Prices Across the Pond?
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KeywordsCommodity prices; Algeria; Natural gas; Oil; Gas exporters; Energy economics; Vector autoregressions; gas prices; oil prices; gas exports; gas price; Multiple or Simultaneous Equation Models: Time-Series Models; International Finance Forecasting and Simulation; Open Economy Macroeconomics; Energy and the Macroeconomy;
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