supply-demand analysis

supply-demand analysis

A technical evaluation of securities on the basis of factors affecting the supply of and demand for a particular security or securities in general. Supply-demand analysis is supposed to determine if an imbalance exists or will exist between supply and demand for securities. For example, if the supply of a security is expected to exceed demand, the security should be sold or not purchased because its price can be expected to decline. Supply-demand analysis incorporates information on new stock offerings, government borrowing, contributions to pension funds, mutual fund cash balances, and a number of other similar factors.
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Electrical network data provided by K-ELECTRIC was further analyzed for Electrical Supply-Demand Analysis. Data provided by K-ELECTRIC composed of consumer and transformer information (Fig-7).
The next section of the global isoparaffin solvents market report includes supply-demand analysis by region.
It has chapters on supply-demand analysis, types of fundamental analysis, and the role of expectations, incorporating inflation, seasonal analysis, analyzing market response, building a forecasting model and fundamental analysis and trading.
It states that at present power procurement by the distribution company (Disco) or CPPA-G is pursuant to Power Acquisition Program under Nepra Interim Power Procurement (Procedures and Standards) Regulations, 2005 and following demand-forecast at Disco level under Distribution Code in integration with supply-demand analysis and Indicative Generation Capacity Expansion Plan (IGCEP or NTDC Plan) maintained at central level by Power System Planning, NTDC under Grid Code, Section PO-4.
- comprehensive supply-demand analysis of the market in which the subject properties
Behind the simple supply-demand analysis lie several assumptions, so it is worth considering some of these, along with the associated critiques.
Shell always recognised the cyclical nature of the refining and chemicals businesses, so the current downturn is not unexpected, but is more severe than supply-demand analysis implied before the 2008 credit crisis.
And this is feeding into current oil prices, changing the ordinary supply-demand analysis into a fear-and-greed analysis.
My focus will be not so much on the insight, central to Bauer's position, that self-interest ensures that demand curves slope down and that supply curves slope up, thus ensuring the relevance of simple supply-demand analysis. Rather, my focus will be on the entrepreneurial process of dynamic market competition, upon which we depend for our conviction that markets do indeed tend to gravitate toward the prices and quantities marked out by the supply-demand intersection.
Crimmins (1985) The Fertility Revolution: A Supply-Demand Analysis. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Supply-demand analysis for tungsten has always been notoriously difficult due to lack of reliable data from the largest producers (China and Russia) and the largest consumer (the [former] Soviet Union).