What’s the relationship between oil price and stock price?

It seems like there’s a relationship between commodity price (oil price in particular) and stock price. What is it?

2 Responses to “What’s the relationship between oil price and stock price?”

  1. jeff410 Says:

    If you mean stock prices in general, it can go either way. Lately when one rises the other rises too in anticipation of the economy getting better. If demand for oil goes up then it probably means demand for other goods and services may rise, because most businesses use gasoline and other oil products and so do individuals. But if oil prices rise too high stock prices may start going down, because of the cost of oil products to businesses makes it more expensive for them to operate if they cant raise prices.

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