cash price

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the current delivery price of a commodity traded in the spot market

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18 on Monday, cash price indexes of less than $10 showed up at many points in the Texas Gulf Coast, Midcontinent, Southwest and Rockies/Pacific Northwest/Western Canada.
According to the literature, the futures price is viewed as such a reliable indicator of forthcoming cash prices that market participants use the futures market to shift price risk to others or use the futures price signals to forecast some cash market prices.
Cointegration between cash and futures prices is a necessary condition for market efficiency when the futures and cash prices series are stochastic.
A simple regression model was estimated to understand the equilibrium relationship between futures and cash prices and to test the unbiasedness of futures price series to predict cash prices:(39,40,41)
In the case of futures and cash prices, when they deviate substantially, a point of disequilibrium will eventually be reached where producers, processors, and/or speculators are motivated by profit opportunities to buy or sell one or both of the assets; by doing so, the two prices would converge towards their long-run equilibrium.
If the test confirms that futures prices and cash prices are not stationary, and that the first difference of each individual series is stationary, then the time series are integrated of order 1 (I(1)), and we then choose Johansen's methodology to test cointegration.
The cash prices used here are NGM soybean prices from ZGWM and include weekly average data from March 2003 to January 2010.
Specifically, the futures prices and cash prices were not converging as they would in a healthy market.
The report stated that "the resulting unusual, persistent, and large disparities between wheat futures and cash prices impaired the ability of participants in the grain market to use the futures market to price their crops and hedge their price risks over time.
The report also found that the average gap between wheat futures and cash prices on the day the futures contract expired grew from about 13 cents per bushel in 2005 to $1.
The movement of passive investors into commodities shifted markets from backwardation to contango, the condition that occurs when futures prices exceed cash prices.
Usually, markets become more backwardated as cash prices rise.
Such an impact occurred in summer 2006 when cash prices in U.
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