Hedging revenue set to plummet in 2017
Cyclical lull conceals structural shift as liquidity becomes shorter-dated and more flighty
On the role of structural breaks in identifying the dynamic conditional linkages between stock and commodity markets
In this paper, the authors explore the time-varying linkages between two strategic commodities covering the energy sector (crude oil and natural gas) and the QE Al Rayan Islamic Index over the period March 15, 2011–December 25, 2014.
Unfunded loans and exposures to suppliers worry credit risk managers
Trades ‘wouldn’t be anywhere near making sense’ for banks
This paper aims to find determinants of the endogenous regime-switching process underlying the cointegrating relationship between natural gas and crude oil.
The authors of this study investigate the distributions of returns on crude oil, heating oil and natural gas futures.
One year on, NFX faces uphill battle to draw commercial hedgers
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Australian bank steps up activities in physical and financial crude markets
Options have become good way for E&P firms to raise capital, top banker says
Resilience of hard-hit regional lenders scrutinised as losses mount
Goldman, JP Morgan and SG lead race to add oil and gas to single-dealer platforms
After a few years of irrational exuberance, US oil drillers are feeling the pain
This paper employs the fractional fast Fourier transform to calibrate parameters in an optimization setup.
HudsonField’s Freeman sees opportunities for non-banks in energy lending
Low commodity prices dent rationale for US and EU anti-speculation rules, CFTC commissioner says
Oil major exploring “all possible options” for compliance, official says
As defaults rise, firms step up sophistication of counterparty assessments
French bank steps up presence in reserve-based lending in Asia
Vendor outshines rivals and impresses clients with Chinese oil data
Indian state-owned refiner has coped well with market and regulatory risk
Foreign firms may avoid Shanghai crude futures, some participants warn
Making the right decisions requires an enterprise-wide view of risk, authors argue