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Master of Science (MS)
Cattle price discovery is a process of determining the price in the market through the interactions of cattle buyers (packers) and sellers (ranchers). Locating the price discovery center or market, and estimating price interactions among the regional fed cattle markets and also among feeder cattle markets can help define a relevant fed cattle procurement market. This research identifies that the U.S. cattle markets is discovered in the futures markets, feeder cattle futures and fed futures.
Wright, Jeffrey, "A Tournament Approach to Price Discovery in the US Cattle Market" (2017). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 6252.
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