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What do the excess supply and demand numbers in this chart mean?

From Econ 101, I thought markets are supposed to equilibrate so that there isn't any excess supply or excess demand. But from a WSJ story, we have the chart below. I believe it says, for example, ...
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Oil prices and data frequency

Does higher frequency data have a larger effect on next day crude oil prices than data with lower periodicity? Looking at demand and supply indicators for crude oil, such as opec / non-opec ...
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Can the effect of different prices of gasoline at different gas stations be measured?

I am looking for studies in which the effect on demand of different prices of gasoline at different gas stations in the same area is measured or estimated (on the same day or hour). This question ...
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Will there be any significant impact if oil was priced/traded in another currency other than USD?

There is an abundance of conspiracy theories online that the USD is propped up in part by the fact that oil is traded in USD, and that countries which think about allowing trades in a different ...
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Falling oil prices but no benefits passed on to the end user; government's strategy

Even though the oil prices have fallen rapidly in the recent years, the cost of petroleum products hasn't gone down in India. Apart from raising more revenue, what are the other benefits the ...
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ROE for large North American pipelines

I am interested in how much "economic value" is/was forecast to accrue to various stakeholders as a result of the Keystone XL pipeline project and the DAPL pipeline project. I would be ...
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Is oil supply really inelastic in the short term

Is oil supply really inelastic in the short run? Though it remains evident that in the short run, the known capacities of oil can't be increased and hence we can assume that there remains a upper cap ...