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Handbook of multi-commodity markets and products : structuring, trading and risk management / edited by Andrea Roncoroni, Gianluca Fusai, Mark Cummins.

Contributor(s): Roncoroni, Andrea [editor.] | Fusai, Gianluca [editor.] | Cummins, Mark, 1968- [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Wiley finance series: Publisher: Chichester, West Sussex : John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2015Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781119011590; 1119011590; 9780470662502; 0470662506; 9780470661833; 0470661836.Subject(s): Commodity exchanges | Commodity exchanges | Derivative securities -- Databases | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Finance | Commodity exchangesGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Handbook of multi-commodity markets and productsDDC classification: 332.644 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
Contents:
Handbook of Multi-Commodity Markets and Products; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; About the Editors; List of Contributors; PART ONE Commodity Markets and Products; 1 Oil Markets and Products; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Risk Management for Corporations: Hedging Using Derivative Instruments; 1.2.1 Crude Oil and Oil Products Risk Management for Corporations; 1.2.2 Aviation: Risk Profile and Hedging Strategies; 1.2.3 Shipping: Risk Profile and Hedging Strategies; 1.2.4 Land Transportation: Risk Profile and Hedging Strategies; 1.2.5 Utilities: Risk Profile and Hedging Strategies.
1.2.6 Refineries: Risk Profile and Hedging Strategies1.2.7 Industrial Consumers: Risk Profile and Hedging Strategies; 1.3 Oil Physical Market Hedging and Trading; 1.3.1 The Actors, Futures and OTC Prices; 1.3.2 The Most Commonly Used Financial Instruments; 1.3.3 How to Monitor and Manage Risk; 1.3.4 How to Create a Market View; 1.3.5 Trading Strategies to Maximize a Market View; Further Reading; 2 Coal Markets and Products; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Source of Coal- Synopsis of the Resource Coal; 2.2.1 The Fundamentals of Energy Sources and Fossil Fuels; 2.2.2 Process of Coal Formation.
2.2.3 Coal Classification2.2.4 Reserves and Resources; 2.2.5 Coal Mining and Production; 2.3 Use of Coal- Power Generation and More; 2.3.1 Steam Coal and its Role in Power Generation; 2.3.2 Coal-Fired Power Plant Technologies; 2.3.3 Cement and Other Industry; 2.3.4 Alternatives to Coal: Shale Gas and Other; 2.3.5 Future Trend: CtL and Coal Bed Methane; 2.4 Overview of Worldwide Steam Coal Supply and Demand; 2.4.1 Atlantic Demand Market: Europe at its Core; 2.4.2 Pacific Demand Market: China, India, Japan, Taiwan, Korea and SEA.
2.4.3 Steam Coal Supply Regions: ID, AU, USA, SA, RU, CO and Others2.4.4 Seaborne Freight; 2.4.5 Geopolitical and Policy Environment; 2.5 The Global Steam Coal Trade Market and its Future; 2.5.1 Current and Future Market Dynamics of the Coal Trade; 2.5.2 Future Steam Coal Price Trends; 2.5.3 Future Source of Energy: What Role Will Coal Play?; 2.6 Concluding Words; 2.6 Abbreviations and Definitions; 2.6 Acknowledgements; References; 3 Natural Gas Markets and Products; 3.1 Physical Natural Gas Markets; 3.1.1 Physical Structure; 3.1.2 Natural Gas Market Hubs and Main Participants.
3.1.3 Liquefied Natural Gas3.1.4 Shale Gas; 3.2 Natural Gas Contracting and Pricing; 3.2.1 Natural Gas Price Formation; 3.3 Financial Natural Gas Markets; 3.3.1 Exchange-Based Markets; 3.3.2 Natural Gas Futures; 3.3.3 Natural Gas Options; 3.3.4 OTC Markets and Products; References; 4 Electricity Markets and Products; 4.1 Market Structure and Price Components; 4.1.1 Spot and Forward Markets; 4.1.2 Supply and Demand Interaction; 4.1.3 Electricity Derivatives; 4.1.4 Power Price Models; 4.1.5 Spot Price Analysis (IPEX Case); 4.1.6 Forward Price Analysis (EEX Case).
Summary: The comprehensive guide to working more effectively within the multi-commodity market. The Handbook of Multi-Commodity Markets and Products is the definitive desktop reference for traders, structurers, and risk managers who wish to broaden their knowledge base. This non-technical yet sophisticated manual covers everything the professional needs to become acquainted with the structure, function, rules, and practices across a wide spectrum of commodity markets. Contributions from a global team of renowned industry experts provide real-world examples for each market, along with tools for analyz.
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Handbook of Multi-Commodity Markets and Products; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; About the Editors; List of Contributors; PART ONE Commodity Markets and Products; 1 Oil Markets and Products; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Risk Management for Corporations: Hedging Using Derivative Instruments; 1.2.1 Crude Oil and Oil Products Risk Management for Corporations; 1.2.2 Aviation: Risk Profile and Hedging Strategies; 1.2.3 Shipping: Risk Profile and Hedging Strategies; 1.2.4 Land Transportation: Risk Profile and Hedging Strategies; 1.2.5 Utilities: Risk Profile and Hedging Strategies.

1.2.6 Refineries: Risk Profile and Hedging Strategies1.2.7 Industrial Consumers: Risk Profile and Hedging Strategies; 1.3 Oil Physical Market Hedging and Trading; 1.3.1 The Actors, Futures and OTC Prices; 1.3.2 The Most Commonly Used Financial Instruments; 1.3.3 How to Monitor and Manage Risk; 1.3.4 How to Create a Market View; 1.3.5 Trading Strategies to Maximize a Market View; Further Reading; 2 Coal Markets and Products; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Source of Coal- Synopsis of the Resource Coal; 2.2.1 The Fundamentals of Energy Sources and Fossil Fuels; 2.2.2 Process of Coal Formation.

2.2.3 Coal Classification2.2.4 Reserves and Resources; 2.2.5 Coal Mining and Production; 2.3 Use of Coal- Power Generation and More; 2.3.1 Steam Coal and its Role in Power Generation; 2.3.2 Coal-Fired Power Plant Technologies; 2.3.3 Cement and Other Industry; 2.3.4 Alternatives to Coal: Shale Gas and Other; 2.3.5 Future Trend: CtL and Coal Bed Methane; 2.4 Overview of Worldwide Steam Coal Supply and Demand; 2.4.1 Atlantic Demand Market: Europe at its Core; 2.4.2 Pacific Demand Market: China, India, Japan, Taiwan, Korea and SEA.

2.4.3 Steam Coal Supply Regions: ID, AU, USA, SA, RU, CO and Others2.4.4 Seaborne Freight; 2.4.5 Geopolitical and Policy Environment; 2.5 The Global Steam Coal Trade Market and its Future; 2.5.1 Current and Future Market Dynamics of the Coal Trade; 2.5.2 Future Steam Coal Price Trends; 2.5.3 Future Source of Energy: What Role Will Coal Play?; 2.6 Concluding Words; 2.6 Abbreviations and Definitions; 2.6 Acknowledgements; References; 3 Natural Gas Markets and Products; 3.1 Physical Natural Gas Markets; 3.1.1 Physical Structure; 3.1.2 Natural Gas Market Hubs and Main Participants.

3.1.3 Liquefied Natural Gas3.1.4 Shale Gas; 3.2 Natural Gas Contracting and Pricing; 3.2.1 Natural Gas Price Formation; 3.3 Financial Natural Gas Markets; 3.3.1 Exchange-Based Markets; 3.3.2 Natural Gas Futures; 3.3.3 Natural Gas Options; 3.3.4 OTC Markets and Products; References; 4 Electricity Markets and Products; 4.1 Market Structure and Price Components; 4.1.1 Spot and Forward Markets; 4.1.2 Supply and Demand Interaction; 4.1.3 Electricity Derivatives; 4.1.4 Power Price Models; 4.1.5 Spot Price Analysis (IPEX Case); 4.1.6 Forward Price Analysis (EEX Case).

The comprehensive guide to working more effectively within the multi-commodity market. The Handbook of Multi-Commodity Markets and Products is the definitive desktop reference for traders, structurers, and risk managers who wish to broaden their knowledge base. This non-technical yet sophisticated manual covers everything the professional needs to become acquainted with the structure, function, rules, and practices across a wide spectrum of commodity markets. Contributions from a global team of renowned industry experts provide real-world examples for each market, along with tools for analyz.

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