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Understanding the Correlation between Oil Prices and the Falling Dollar

Setser, Fellow for Geoeconomics, Council on Foreign RelationsInterviewer: Lee Hudson Teslik, Associate Editor, CFR.org June 18, 2008 Two of the defining geoeconomic trends of the past two years have been surging oil prices and a falling U.S. dollar. Of late, these trends show an increasingly tight correlation—with the falling dollar mirroring the rising price of oil. Brad W. Setser, CFR's fellow for geoeconomics, explains this dynamic.

In terms of oil prices directly affecting the valuation of the dollar, he notes: In terms of the dollar's fall affecting oil prices, he notes: Setser concludes that correlation between oil prices and the dollar won't stay as tight as it is now, but that some mirror-effect will continue, given the slew of geoeconomic factors working in favor of correlation. Terms of Use: I understand that I may access this audio and/or video file solely for my personal use. 12 for 2012: oil price fall will squeeze producers’ budget plans. The emerging markets hub News and comment from more than 40 emerging economies, headed by Brazil, Russia, India and China.

12 for 2012: oil price fall will squeeze producers’ budget plans

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Oil's Vicious Cycles: Oil Production Does not Matter, Exports Do - Journal - OGEL Journal (Oil, Gas & Energy Law Intelligence) - Global Energy Law & Regulation Portal

Introduction The objective of this article is to explain the spectacular rise in oil prices in recent years and state the factors that would prevent oil prices from declining in the coming years. Despite the divergence of views about the reasons for the increase in oil prices, a few facts stand out: 1) The oil market is not competitive; 2) Only market fundamentals, which, in this article, include oligopoly and monopsony powers, affect oil prices in the long run; 3) Political events, expectations, and physical storage of oil are part of market fundamentals. Suggested Citation Anas F. URL: www.ogel.org/article.asp? Biography: Philip K. Verleger.

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