Asymmetry In Pricing Gasoline Based On Oil Costs Using National Samples
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Nicholas is a research scientist at the University of Piraeus.

                       

Asymmetry In Pricing Gasoline Based On Oil Costs Using National Samples

The relationship between oil and gasoline prices has been the subject of investigation over the last three decades, igniting certain controversies across academics and energy markets, practitioners, and policymakers. Understanding the transmission mechanism of positive and negative crude oil shocks to gasoline prices is of paramount importance for a country’s energy policymaking, the optimal energy risk hedging, and the portfolio risk management. The movement of these energy commodities’ prices can affect not only the consumption and production expenditures but also...

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