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    Thread: The effect of oil price in financial market?

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      What's the effect of oil price in Financial market?


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      Let's first talk about the US dollar, which is the strongest currency in the world, the volume of trading in US dollars around the world is more than three trillion U.S. dollars, making it the strongest of all currencies, as for oil and although the transactions in it are in US dollars but the relationship between them is the opposite as if they are enemies, when the price of a barrel of oil rises, the dollar falls and vice versa, since the dollar is present in most currency pairs and also a strong influence in all currencies, whether it is low or high, the oil that affects in US dollar currency it will strongly influenced in the entire forex market
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      It is known to correlate changes in major factor like oil, against the performance of the financial markets. Fundamental wisdom believe that the increase in oil prices will increase input costs for most businesses and force buyers to spend more money on gas, thereby lessening the corporate earnings of other investments. And vice versa when the price of oil falls. Oil prices always have an impact on the economy, however it goes beyond that. High oil prices can affect the creation of jobs and businesses as it becomes economically possible for oil companies to exploit higher cost shale oil operations. But, high oil prices also affect investments and buyers with higher transportation as well as production costs. Lower oil prices negatively affect the unconventional oil operation, however benefits production and other sectors in which fuel costs are of main concern.


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      Higher oil prices tend to make production more expensive for businesses, just as they make it more expensive for households to do the things they normally do. Oil price increases are generally thought to increase inflation and reduce economic growth. In terms of inflation, oil prices directly affect the prices of goods made with petroleum products. An increase in the price of oil would also mean demand is not equal to supply. When there is a economic downturn, the prices of oil slump this has a different impacts on stocks. Looking at the current pandemic, whenever the price of oil picks, stocks also pick up. Sometimes tracking oil prices could also mean tracking stock prices.


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