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Exploratory Study of Select Commodity and Equity Indices Around the Meltdown of 2008

  • Diganta Mukherjee
  • Arnab Mallick
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Abstract

Many believe that the world of investment is becoming complicated and more volatile with every passing day. What makes it even more interesting is the complexity of the market particularly for those select instruments which are traded on electronic exchanges, be it equity, commodity or currency, to name a few. Each investment market has its own dynamics and their inter-linkages are even more exciting.

Keywords

Equity Market Commodity Price Commodity Market Asset Class Physical Market 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Indian Statistical InstituteKolkataIndia
  2. 2.Indian Institute of Foreign TradeNew DelhiIndia

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