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Recent history is filled with stories of companies and sometimes even entire industries that have made grave strategic errors because of inaccurate industrywide demand forecasts. For example: In , U. Such forecasts are crucial […].
En savoir plus Le hall de l'Idep. Agricultural economics and markets report: January-June, Economics and markets branch; - 66p. The forecast accuracy, or forecast biases and informational efficiency, has been a major concern and the subject of occasional retrospective studies. This paper explores the relationship between commodity futur [
This article presents an empirical analysis of the demand for internationally traded primary commodities. The article is organised as follows: the first section sets out the model of commodity demand, the next reports and discusses the empirical findings. The final section summarises the article's main findings and offers some concluding remarks. Sapsford, D. Report bugs here. Please share your general feedback. You can join in the discussion by joining the community or logging in here.
In order to forecast prices of arbitrary agricultural commodity in different wholesale markets in one city, this paper proposes a mixed model, which combines ARIMA model and PLS regression method based on time and space factors. This mixed model is able to obtain the forecasting results of weekly prices of agricultural commodities in different markets. Meanwhile, this paper sets up variables to measure the price changing trend based on the change of exogenous variables and prices, thus achieves the warning of daily price changes using neural networks. The model is tested with the data of several types of agricultural commodities and error analysis is made. The result shows that the mixed model is more accurate in forecasting agricultural commodity prices than each single model does, and has better accuracy in warning values. The mixed model, to some extent, forecasts the daily price changes of agricultural commodities. The fluctuation of agricultural commodity prices is affected by economic and social factors.
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Recent economic growth in China and other Asian countries has led to increased commodity demand which has caused price rises and.
Deaton, A. Harold Hotelling, Lewis Cecil Gray,
Recent economic growth in China and other Asian countries has led to increased commodity demand which has caused price rises and accompanying price.Reply