Skillsfirst Level 3 Certificate in Introduction to Financial Trading (RQF) - UNIT 1: Principles of financial trading
Skillsfirst Level 3 Certificate in Introduction to Financial Trading (RQF) - UNIT 2: Principles of Financial Planning and Cash Flow in Financial Trading
Skillsfirst Level 3 Certificate in Introduction to Financial Trading (RQF) - UNIT 3: Understanding financial trading techniques

TYPES OF SPREADS – INTERCOMMODITY SPREADS

Intercommodity spreads are formed from two distinct but related commodities, reflecting the economic relationship between them. Common examples are:

  • The crack spread between crude oil and gasoline, reflecting the premium charged to refine oil into gasoline
  • The spark spread between natural gas and electricity, for gas-fired power stations
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