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Price-forecasting techniques and their application to minerals and metals in the global economy
|Statement||Department of International Economic and Social Affairs.|
|Contributions||United Nations. Dept. of International Economic and Social Affairs.|
|LC Classifications||HD9539.A2 P75 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||84215840|
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Price-forecasting techniques and their application to minerals and metals in the global economy. New York: United Nations, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United Nations.
Department of International Economic and Social Affairs. Due to the close relation between the global economy and MC prices, econometric models are the oldest and the H.
LenihanAn assessment of time series methods in metal price forecasting. Resour Policy, 30 (3) (), pp.
P.Y. HsiaoData mining techniques and applications – a decade review from to Expert Syst Appl, 39 Cited by: Roche discusses both the underlying theory and current application of each method, as well as pricing information on data sources and software.
Moreover, the book evaluates the advantages and disadvantages of each approach and demonstrate how to combine approaches to produce an optimum forecasting : Julian Roche. Book Description. The literature on early-modern monetary history is vast and rich, yet overly Eurocentric.
This book takes a global approach. It calls attention to the fact that, for example, Japan and South America were dominant in silver production, while China was the principal end-market; key areas for transshipment included Europe and Africa, India and the Middle East.
looking out two years for a full range of commodity prices, including energy, food, base metals, precious metals and other industrial inputs. Our commodity price outlooks, which analyze quarterly and annual trends, are consistent with our prospects for the global economy and are derived from our advanced Global Economic Model.
Metal prices are central to the mineral investment decision and have a significant impact on the financial performance of companies in the mineral industry. Eggert () provides two reasons why mineral prices influence changes in mineral by: Forecasting Commodity Prices: Futures Versus Judgment1 Prepared by Chakriya Bowman and Aasim M.
Husain March Abstract This Working Paper should not be reported as representing the views of the IMF. The views expressed in this Working Paper are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent those of the IMF or IMF Size: KB.
The global gold market has recently attracted a lot of attention and the price of gold is relatively higher than its historical trend.
For mining companies to mitigate risk and uncertainty in gold. Commodity Price Forecasts 4 Commodity Price Forecasts: September stock levels through the supply chain suggest weaker than usual demand for iron ore from China also this year.
• Iron ore prices are likely to continue to trade at a low level in the short term as Chinese steel production will remain subdued. Abstract. This paper proposes a new method for long-term forecasting of level and structure of market demand for industrial goods.
The method employs k-means clustering and fuzzy decision trees to obtain the required k-means clustering serves to separate groups of items with similar level and structure (pattern) of steel products : Bartłomiej Gaweł, Bogdan Rębiasz, Iwona Skalna.
The models of each metal are applied to the economic development model of BRICs and G6 countries. According to these forecasts, the overall consumption of metals in will be five times greater than the current levels, and demand for metals, such as Au, Ag, Cu, Ni, Sn, Zn, Pb and Sb, is expected to be several times greater than the amount of Cited by: In and early most metal prices fell and the global economy was in recession.
Many mining companies had difﬁcul-ties surviving during this period. Some reduced their production rates and postponed projects while others switched to hedge instruments or long-term contracts to guarantee commodity prices.
According to these forecasts, the overall consumption of metals in will be five times greater than the current levels, and demand for metals, such as Au, Ag, Cu, Ni, Sn, Zn, Ph and Sb, is.
Price forecasting Mineral commodity Market dynamics Chaos theory Machine learning . Due to the close relation between the global economy and MC prices, econometric models are the oldest and the most inten- Several of these forecasting techniques are examined and their main advantages and drawbacks discussed.
This paper. The goal of this research is to assess the usefulness of cointegration analysis and related time series techniques for forecasting commodity prices. The analysis focuses on market pulp, a typical commodity. Important short-term factors in determining pulp prices include capacity utilization, the shipments rate, and : Gerard Alexander Malcolm.
In addition, some sectors of the economy depend directly on forecasts of the price of oil for their business.
For example, airlines rely on such forecasts in setting airfares, automobile companies decide their product menu and product prices with oil price forecasts in mind, and.
Forecasting of recoverable reserves aims to predict the tonnages and grades that will be recovered at the time of mining. The main concern in this forecasting is the imprecision in the selection of ore/waste resulting from both the so-called information effect or information that becomes available during grade control, and the support effect or mining selectivity during Cited by: United Nations, Price forecasting Techniques and Their Applications to Minerals and Metals in the Global Economy (Sales no.
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The role of hydrometallurgy in the production of the critical metals shall be presented in this work. Introduction Natural resources, including raw materials like minerals and metals, have a big importance for the European and global economy and inescapably govern the.
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