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Mohanty, S., Akhigbe, A., Al-Khyal, T. and Turki Bugshan, T. (2013) Oil and Stock Market Activity When Prices Go Up and Down: The Case of the Oil and Gas Industry. Review of Quantitative Financial Accounting, 41, 253-272.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s11156-012-0309-9

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  • TITLE: Revisiting the Effect of Crude Oil Price Movements on US Stock Market Returns and Volatility

    AUTHORS: Ralph Sonenshine, Michael Cauvel

    KEYWORDS: Abnormal Returns, Event Study, Oil Shocks

    JOURNAL NAME: Modern Economy, Vol.8 No.5, May 23, 2017

    ABSTRACT: From mid-2014 to 2016, oil prices plunged rapidly causing significant volatility in the US and global equity markets. This change in crude oil prices occurred after a significant run up in oil prices three to four years earlier. Each change in the growth trajectory of oil prices affects stock market returns. How and why do oil price shocks affect the expected stock market returns among key sectors of the economy? This paper explores this issue by examining how the magnitude of crude oil price changes affects the stock market returns and variances of key producing, banking and consuming segments of the US economy. Our findings provide some explanations for the asymmetric responses to positive and negative oil shocks found in these key sectors of the economy.