Stochastic Storage Cost Model for Grains Futures

How storage cost affects the futures prices

The world is experiencing the biggest supply shock to global grains markets in recent history. Prices of various crops, including wheat, soy, and corn, have skyrocketed. Take wheat as an example, the futures prices have jumped to record high in March.




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Tim Leung, Ph.D.

Tim Leung, Ph.D.

Boeing Endowed Chair Professor of Applied Math, Director of the Computational Finance & Risk Management (CFRM) Program at University of Washington, Seattle

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