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Crude Oil Prices Deluge and Indian Stock Market:Precariousness Effect


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Oil has always been identified as the ‘‘blood of industry”. Oil has been playing an inimitablecharacter as the upstream raw material of industrial production. Crude oil prices have spectator an extraordinaryboost by touching a four year high of around $80 per barrel. The study aims to explore the crude prices changes and its impact on Indian stock market. For this purpose, this study has considered Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and MCX Crude Prices (MCX CR) for a period from 2011 to 2018.The study implies Granger Causality Test with VAR approach along with declaration of data set in Stationarity.The findings show that both the variables do not carry long run relationship and crude oil prices shocks have independent causal relationship with market.

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BSE, Crude Oil, Granger Causality, Vector Auto Regression.
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Kirti Khanna
Delhi Institute of Advanced Studies, Rohini, Delhi, India

Abstract


Oil has always been identified as the ‘‘blood of industry”. Oil has been playing an inimitablecharacter as the upstream raw material of industrial production. Crude oil prices have spectator an extraordinaryboost by touching a four year high of around $80 per barrel. The study aims to explore the crude prices changes and its impact on Indian stock market. For this purpose, this study has considered Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and MCX Crude Prices (MCX CR) for a period from 2011 to 2018.The study implies Granger Causality Test with VAR approach along with declaration of data set in Stationarity.The findings show that both the variables do not carry long run relationship and crude oil prices shocks have independent causal relationship with market.

Keywords


BSE, Crude Oil, Granger Causality, Vector Auto Regression.

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