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new york mercantile exchange: a guide to energy hedging

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new york mercantile exchange: a guide to energy hedging

significant, sometimes abrupt, changes in supply, demand, and pricing have touched many of the world’s commodity markets during the past 25 years, especially those for energy. international politics, war, changing economic patterns, and structural changes within the energy industry have created considerable uncertainty as to the future direction of market conditions. uncertainty, in turn, leads to market volatility, and the need for an effective means to hedge the risk of adverse price exposure.

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