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The Impact of Oil and Gold Prices on the GDP Growth: Empirical Evidence from a Developing Country

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 International Journal of Management Science and Business Administration
Volume 1, Issue 11, October 2015, Pages 34– 46


 The Impact of Oil and Gold Prices on the GDP Growth: Empirical Evidence from a Developing Country

DOI: 10.18775/ijmsba.1849-5664-5419.2014.111.1004
URL: dx.doi.org/10.18775/ijmsba.1849-5664-5419.2014.111.1004

Haroon Khan

King AbdulAziz University, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Abstract: The global hike in the prices of gold and oil made an impact in the economy of the countries around the globe. The impact has varied in the developing and developed countries. The research is a preliminary investigation into the subject matter. It has plunged into the relation of these two commodities prices with the GDP of an emerging economy of Pakistan. The findings give a compelling insight into the subject matter. The study used the stock market data with the average Gold and Oil prices from the period of 1997 to 2014. The data analysis results show that gold and oil prices have a significant impact on GDP.

Key words: Oil and gold prices, Impact on GDP, Emerging economies, Pakistan

The Impact of Oil and Gold Prices on the GDP Growth Empirical

1. Introduction

Oil cost is essential aspect to determine the industrial production which eventually results in equity market costs. Surge in Gold Costs in Pakistan was caused by development of gold prices in worldwide value market. However, it is difficult to separate the separated impact of change in gold prices due to worldwide development of gold cost and other aspects. Gold is regarded as a store of value (without escalation) whereas shares are regarded as come back on value (escalation from potential real price increase plus dividends).In 2005 before the international economic downturn, the cost of gold was around at the stage US$415 per ounces which surpassed the restrict of US$1000 per ounces in Goal 2008 while currently it has achieved at the history size of US$1421 per ounces in Nov 2010 (Forex, 2011).The relationship between affordable interest rate and gold cost with inventory cost are negative. Gold costs have not been integrated into rising costs characteristics, nor has the connection between rising costs and resource costs been carefully researched., With the large use of gold in Pakistan1 and the incorporation of its marketplaces with worldwide marketplaces, it is affordable to believe that both factors may contain some details about rising costs. The theoretical connection between resource costs (gold and other stocks) and rising costs can be analyzed through a wide range of programs. Marx’s concept of cash was important in describing this connection before the adopting of a fiat cash program. Gold works as a good store of value that is predicted to impact the amount of rising prices favorably. If we talk about the connection between oil costs and gold costs there seems to are available no direct connection. However, if we analyze this connection in an inflationary environment, the connection becomes clear. In fact common price range is straight changed with the changes in the oil costs.It is claim that any increase in costs of oil costs will eventually increases the costs of gold.GDP (gross domestic product) The Trade Balance (balance of trade) also known as net exports, is the difference among the financial principles of country’s exports and country’s imports of outcome over a certain interval in an economic system. Business balance (Balance of trade) is the significant aspect of balance of expenses in a nation’s. A nation has a situation of trade lack when their import is more than it exports; the opposite situation is known as trade excess. Pakistan has to need a ongoing long lasting financial development of 7 % to increase its common living requirements and significance full financial development. But it is noticed that Pakistan’s economic system hardly ever develop more than 5 % since its freedom. The financial development of Pakistan has dropped since 2008 and considered at 2.6 %. The predicted development this year is around 3 % which is low then the focused development 4.2 % and meanwhile the navigator Japan is predicted to develop more than 7.5 % in that year. Low financial development is primary barrier to reduced hardship in the country. It is considered that from 2008 to 2010 Pakistan’s hardship is improved from 22.3 % to 37 %.Pakistan’s also reduced its worldwide competition by decreasing from 92nd place from 142 nations to 118th place revealed by World Economic Community (Amjad Bashir, 2012).Pakistan total obligations such as financial obligations are over Rs. 12 Billion which highest possible involve public financial obligations. Government of Pakistan also obtained Rs. 615 billion dollars from private industry investment. Pakistan’s exterior financial obligations and obligations improved and approximated that if that pattern ongoing it achieved at US $ 73 billion dollars in 2015. The average interest amount in Pakistan is around 12.75 % but at the same time the rising prices is standing at 14 % which also effect the financial growth of Pakistan. Restoration of its financial development and getting back its aggressive position, is highly rely that Pakistan is known as the smallest tax to GDP percentages among all other creating financial systems and status at 153rd from total 154 nations (Pakistan Economic outlook, 2010).how Pakistan perform its serious macro-economic movements due to financial slippages, energy downturn and low business. The long term improve in the oil costs in the past few years is regarded as one of the causative factors. Power department has a directly organization with the financial progression of a financial system. In comparison, with the improving development speed of GDP, requirement for oil as well as has also designed easily.%). Reduce in energy focus is calculated as the mainly able way for losing vulnerability to oil movements (Bacon, 2005).The oil being the second significant source of energy used along through roughly a constant speed of its manufacturing. Pakistan is seriously a few the oil imports from the Center Eastern exporters (Saudi Arabic have a important role). Approximately 82 % of the oil and oil items requirement in the nation is provide through imports. Governmental uncertainty in oil generating areas has affected on oil cost that’s why the political condition in the Middle Eastern is of globally anxiety. It is noticed that the time sequence data of separate varying and depending varying (Oil cost, Oil supply, oil requirement, Total Household manufacturing of Pakistan, Community industry financial commitment, personal industry financial commitment and Trade balance) have a pattern and also not fixed. The straight line regression design is used to find out the impact of oil cost movements and the other macroeconomic factors on the GDP.  Trade Stability has important impact on Total domestic manufacturing at 5% stage of importance. Meanwhile, the personal industry financial commitment has a minimal impact on Total domestic manufacturing of at 10% stage of importance but oil cost movements and public financial commitment is not important impact on the Total domestic manufacturing. The Linear Regression Model explain that these separate varying determine 90% about the reliant varying Report consists of three chapters, having the essential data and conversation concerning to the study objectives. A brief feature of the every of the chapter is as under:

2. Literature Review

Lee et al. (1995) exposed the balance of asymmetric results in the interval before and after 1985 and whether or not it relied on other factors. The consequences of this literary works are that oblique transmitting systems may be the essential indicates by which oil cost bumps macroeconomic results have.

Federer (1996) targeted on three possible ways to focus on the asymmetric relationship: reverse inflationary financial plan, sectoral bumps, and doubt, besides some direct programs that contains the designs of actual levels out (supposes that oil cost improves lead to rising prices which reduces the quality of actual levels out in the systems), the earnings exchange design (describing earnings exchange between oil publishing and oil dispatching countries) and the potential outcome design (suggesting that oil and capital are enhanced, so that an increasing oil cost reduces the economy’s effective capacity). He assumed that since the last three designs have a symmetrical regards between oil cost changes and outcome development, therefore they can be omitted as there is asymmetry in the oil costs. At the same time oil cost improves help estimate outcome development regardless of financial plan factors. In addition, financial plan reaction to the loss of actual oil costs bears much resemblance to the financial plan reaction to oil cost increase. Therefore, asymmetric financial plan reactions can only describe an aspect of the asymmetric oil price-output connection. Further, sectoral bumps and doubt programs could account for aspect of the asymmetry effects. Graham (2001) analyzed how there is short-term connections and long-term stability between the gold cost and inventory values. According to this study there is no apparent connection in the lengthy run, but in the brief run, the gold cost is suffering from the inventory cost.

Cruz (2002) assessments the short-run and long-run relationship of gold costs and inventory market profits adducing a weak negative regards between inventory spiders and gold costs in the short-run and no regards in the long-run. Azizi (2004) analyzed relationship between rising prices, come back and Inventory cost catalog in Iran, by using econometric methods. The researchers results indicate that rising prices describes money come back catalog and complete come back (price and cash) but it does not describe the stock cost catalog. On the other hand, money profits, complete profits (price and cash) and stock cost catalog do not describe rising prices.

Quiros (2005) analyzed the relationship between oil cost bumps and commercial manufacturing and also between the oil cost bumps and inventory profits. The results revealed that the increases in oil cost adversely impacts the inventory profits and commercial manufacturing, and such impacts are also mathematically significant but affect is stronger on inventory profits than on commercial manufacturing.

Basher and Sadorsky (2006) found strong evidence that oil cost risk effects inventory cost profits in growing marketplaces although the exact connection somewhat is dependent upon the information frequency being used. The depending connection is not, however, shaped. The study revealed that oil cost increases have a beneficial impact on excess inventory exchange profits for daily and per month information, in growing marketplaces, whereas for every week and per month information, oil cost reduces have beneficial and significant effects on growing industry profits. Eric et al. (2006) indicates that there is a long-term connection between the cost of gold and the US cost range. Second, the US cost range and the cost of gold move together in a mathematically significant long-run connection assisting the view that a one % improve in the common US cost range results in a one % improve in the cost of gold. There was a positive connection between gold cost motions and changes in the US rising prices, US rising prices motions and credit risk. The study also found a damaging connection between changes in the gold cost and changes in the US money trade-weighted exchange amount and the gold rental amount.

Ghani (2007) examined that we created about 20 % of our oil specifications. Due to drawback initiatives to excellent new supplies and higher intake, this amount will drop arriving next years which will outcome in quantitative demands. H-Kazim (2007) examined that Pakistan’s daily raw oil manufacturing has stayed considerably low as opposed to demand. To accomplish development of alternative resources of energy, the create nations are trying to keep raw oil costs above $50 a gun barrel. However, the fault OPEC for increasing raw oil costs. Saleem (2007) analyzed that the government opinions energy costs every two several weeks, but despite improving in international oil costs, energy costs did not improve in the nation during the last 19 several weeks to preserve the community from additional financial pressure. According to nanny Fund Reverend Dr. Salman Shah, the energy costs modification will not be done in one go.

Liao and Chen (2008) analyzed the effect of oil and gold costs on personal sectors rather than the whole industry and discovered that both the digital and rubberized commercial sub-indices are affected by the variation in oil costs and the connections among oil costs, digital commercial sub- spiders and rubberized commercial sub-indices are determined to be beneficial. Malik, (2008) analyzed the possible results and faces provided of improving in oil costs in Pakistan. The ongoing improve in the worldwide oil costs had impacted adversely the BOP (balance of payment) and the budgeting place of Pakistan and included inflationary demands on the economic system. In a less western world like Pakistan, most of the energy is used by transporters, farm owners and large devices and ultimately customers have to pay, which results their houses price range through the improve in the meals costs. Asghar (2008) considered and known as winter energy supply crisis for the year 2008, for such a huge cost of $100 a gun barrel in early 2008, rather ongoing increase in the cost of oil and making new information every next day, passionate by an expansive money, governmental uncertainty. A slither in the money was one aspect behind the conference in oil prices. Some customers purchased oil in variety to secure themselves against the consistently decline money. The ongoing growth in cost of oil designed problems for oil publishing nations as they have to keep the high economic cost.

Malik (2008) the government presented a Price Differential Declare (PDC) on Aug 16, 2004, the purpose was to compensate oil companies for the subsidy to customers, thus having a damaging effect on government exchequer. Secondly, oil petroleum industry and together records for a significant discuss of government earnings. Taxation on oil products is the biggest resource of oblique tax earnings in Pakistan. With the development of international oil prices government modified its oil development impose (major resource of oblique taxes) thus having a damaging effect on total earnings.

Ramos and Veiga (2010) analyzed the asymmetric results of oil cost variations in worldwide inventory market places and found that oil cost rises push worldwide inventory marketplaces, but the falls in oil cost do not necessarily increase inventory exchange profits. The study further revealed that the movements of oil cost have a negative impact on worldwide inventory exchange profits. Both of these results apply only to inventory marketplaces of the western world and emerging industry profits are not proved to be sensitive to oil cost variations. Sharma & Mahendru (2010) analyzed the impact of Macro-Economic factors on inventory values in India and used the macroeconomic factors like change in return amount, forex trading supplies, inflation rates and gold costs. This study covers the period of Jan 2008 to Jan 2009 and results revels that return amount and gold costs highly affect the inventory values.

Zang et al. (2010) evaluate the co integration connection and causality between gold and raw oil prices. The research discovers that there are reliable styles between the raw oil cost and gold cost with significant positive connection during the testing period. The research further indicates that long lasting stability between the two marketplaces and the raw oil cost change linearly Granger causes the movements of gold cost. Based on the common effective cost between the two marketplaces, the participation of the raw oil cost seems bigger than that of gold cost. Mu Lan et al. (2010) uses daily data and time sequence method to discover the effects of variations in raw oil cost, gold cost. The results show that there exist co integrations among variations in oil cost, gold cost and forex prices of the money vs. various foreign returns, and the inventory marketplaces in Malaysia, Asia, Taiwan and Chinese suppliers. Thai-Ha Le and Youngho Alter (2011) made a research on “Dynamic Connections between the Cost of Oil, gold and Financial Factors in Japan: A Range Examining Approach” and they verified that the cost of gold and inventory, among others, can help type objectives of higher rising prices over time. In the short run, only gold price affects the interest rate in Asia. Overall the results of this research could benefit both the Japanese people financial power and traders who keep the Japanese people yen in their domain portfolios.

Yen-Hsien Lee (2012) analyzed the asymmetric long-run connection between raw oil and gold futures trading. This research utilizes the strength limit error-correction design with general autoregressive depending hetero skedastic town to examine asymmetric cointegration and causal connections between Western Florida Advanced Crude Oil and gold costs in the futures trading market. From the research it is obvious that an asymmetric long-run modification prevails between gold and oil.

Guo and Kliesen (2005) also found the adverse and important effect of oil futures trading prices on upcoming GDP, and this effect becomes more important after oil cost changes are also involved in the regression to control for the symmetrical effect. Oil cost bumps and movements and financial actions have been performed in the perspective of designed financial systems. Analysis concerning the effect of oil cost movements in the perspective of creating nations is very restricted. The reason for the lack of research on the creating nations is may be their less dependency on oil. It is only lately, that these nations are suffering from improved requirement for energy.

3. Research Methodology

The main goal of methodology is to describe various tools and techniques employed for the collection, analysis and interpretation of data, related to the study under investigation.

3.1. Collection of Data

This study use secondary data and data collection from different websites, journals, books, also from different media reports. The collection of data which include with humans beings, which are mainly responsive in personality. Further and sharp procedures are necessary to obtain information from them. In such studies it is fairly vital that through progress of dimension tool, all aspects of information value and person character must be in use into report. As the current study was planned to gather information during field survey, Karachi stock exchange, Lahore stock exchange, Islamabad stock exchange get data year and monthly and a feedback form comprised of closed and open-ended data. This study is used the monthly stock values of KSE100 return (Pakistan) and monthly average gold prices (measured in grams) and oil prices for the period of 1997 to 2014.

3.2 Variables

Anything in the experiment that could be altered and influence the results of the investigation is a variable. Setups of an experiment should have only one variable that is changed at a time. By having only one variable that is changed, you can be somewhat certain that the results of the experiment were effected by that one variable. They have used four variables gold, oil and stock market return, GDP. The gold prices or oil prices are independent variables and the stock market return or GDP is dependent variables.

3.2.1 Gold Prices 

In Pakistan Gold Costs has proven ongoing improve from last many decades. Gold Costs in Pakistan has surpassed the restrict of Rs. 40 million truly and later on it went to above Rs. 55 million per Tola. This impact of improving in gold prices was also seen in worldwide gold market places in these decades.

3.2.3 Oil Prices

It is observed that oil costs in its industry went down but meanwhile, in the perspective of Saudi its earnings went way up due to oil removal and household low cost. OPEC had set an oil cost at 18 money per package in Dec, 1986, but that cost was not ongoing for years and decreased in the begin of 1987. After that Iraqi and Kuwait war pay a crucial part to improved oil costs due to the uncertainty of oil provide in 1990. But after Beach war (Kuwait and Iraqi war) the oil cost was observed a significant decreased until 1994 and achieved at the same cost which was in 1973. Later then in 1998, the cost improved and goes toward resurgence due to decreased oil provide by OPEC and managed at the stage of 1.72 thousand bins in Apr, 1999. This plan made oil cost at 25 money per    package.

3.2.3 Stock Market Return

The performance of inventory return is a controversial issue in any nation because it plays a crucial role in global financial aspects and markets due to its impact on corporate finance and business activities. The efficient inventory return diversifies the domestic funds and triggers the productive investment projects, which flourish the financial activities in a nation, but this is only possible if the inventory return has significant relationship with the macroeconomic variables.

Rt           =             ( Pn – Po) x             100

Po

3.2.4 Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

Gross Domestic Product GDP is the market value of goods and services produced within a selected geographic area (usually a country) in a selected interval in time (often a year).

3.3 Hypothesis

Ho1:        There is no significant relationship b/w Gold prices and GDPs Stock Index

H1:          There is significant relationship between gold prices and GDPs stock index

HO2:        There is no significant relationship between oil on GDPs stock Market

H2:          There is significant relationship between oil on GDPs stock Market

3.4 Equations

Gold       =             αO + β1 GDP + β2 Market Index + ԐO

Oil           =             αO + β1 GDP + β2 Market Index + ԐO

 

3.5 Model

The following diagram shows the research model of this study showing the independent and  dependent variables.

Figure-1-The-Research-Model

Figure 1 The Research Model

 

4. Data Analysis

Data analysis is the most skillful task of all the stages of research b/c it is a tool to draw generalization. The researcher herself coded and put all the information on the computer using Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS).

4.1 Data Collection

This study uses secondary data from different websites, journals, books, also from different newspapers and reports. This study is used the monthly stock values of KSE100 return (Pakistan) and monthly average gold prices (measured in grams) and oil prices for the period of 1997 to 2014.

4.2 Descriptive Statistics

 

Table 1 Descriptive Statistics

GOLD INDEX OIL GDP
Mean 0.012025 0.014502 0.009181 0.058792
Median 0.008601 0.017723 0.0217 0.060259
Maximum 0.102168 0.241106 0.256847 0.658960
Minimum -0.124798 -0.448796 -0.403033 -0.69235
Std. Dev. 0.038715 0.089981 0.103374 0.071469
Skewness -0.266156 -1.114058 -1.042827 -1.12546
Kurtosis 3.925805 7.719395 5.181337 8.821063
Jarque-Bera 6.272589 149.8045 50.09499 152.1479
Probability 0.043443 0 0 0
Sum 1.587354 1.914199 1.211946 1.814563
Sum Sq. Dev 0.196354 1.060648 1.399897 1.078235

 

Represents the Descriptive statistics of variables. The table shows the mean, median, maximum, minimum, standard deviation and skewness. The results show that KSE100 has the high return of 0.014502 and GDP 0.058792. Gold has growth value 0.012025 and oil growth value of 0.00918. KSE100 returns have the standard deviation value of 0.089981, while gold has a standard deviation of 0.038715 and the oil standard deviation value is 0.103374.

4.3 Correlation

The first inferential statistic we will focus on is correlation. As noted in the text, correlation is used to test the degree of association between variables. All of the inferential statistics commands in SPSS are accessed from the Analyze menu. Let’s open SPSS and replicate the correlation between height and weight presented in the text.

4.4 Correlation Matrix

Table 2 Correlation Matrix

GOLD OIL INDEX GDP
GOLD 1
OIL 0.190822 1
INDEX -0.038619 1
GDP 0.029454 1

The correlation results for the Gold, KSE GDP and Oil markets that there
exists no significant relationship between these markets. KSE100 and GDP has a negative correlation with the Gold market. The oil growth has a weak positive correlation with the KSE100 and GDP. However, these results provide information to the investors who want to get the benefit of diversification. Correlation is not an authentic measure to find the co-integration, because it discusses only the relationship and   not the lead-lag relationship.  So, Co-integration and Granger causality are used to solve the problem.

4.5 Analysis Gold and Oil Prices from 1997 to 2014

The following table shows the tabulated form of Gold, and Oil Prices from 1997 till 2014 with the GDP and returns.

Table 3 Prices of Gold, Oil, with GDP and its return

YEAR GOLD OIL GDP RETURN
1997 12,750.82 27.17 62.43 0.00581
1998 13,450.82 17.10 62.19 -0.9688739
1999 14,658.96 23.20 62.97 -0.9684992
2000 15,772.90 37.19 73.59 -0.963205
2001 16,789.29 30.40 72.31 -0.9638631
2002 19,428.56 29.64 72.31 -0.9638811
2003 23,283.82 35.22 83.24 -0.9584423
2004 26,305.77 46.60 97.98 -0.9511078
2005 30,520.16 59.88 109.5 -0.9453865
2006 38,348.79 67.63 137.26 -0.9315753
2007 49,172.65 72.30 152.39 -0.9240708
2008 64,542.46 99.06 170.08 -0.9152988
2009 95,464.80 58.20 167.87 -0.916441
2010 119,277.50 76.38 177.17 -0.9118557
2011 146,798.90 90.52 213.69 -0.8937394
2012 150,723.80 88.11 224.88 -0.8882306
2013 155,785.80 91.54 236.62 -0.882454
2014 165,801.89 99.88 245.11 -0.8782969

4.6 Regression analysis GDP                       

We performed the regression analysis of these variables.  Following table shows the model summary of the analysis performed.

Table 4 Model Summary

Model R R Square Adjusted R Square Std. Error of the Estimate
1 .994a .988 .986 7.80891
a. Predictors: (Constant), Oil, Gold

This table shows R, R-squared, adjusted R-squared and the standard error. Measure the strength of two variables. If   the value of R is closed +1 than there is a strong correlation, if it is closed to -1 than there is a negative or weak correlation. R is the multiple correlation coefficient, is the relationship between independent variables and dependent variable. The large value of R .994 this indicates that there is a strong relationship. R-squared is the proportion of variation in the dependent variable explained by the independent   variables. R square value is .988 large values represent that the model is fit one according to data. Adjusted R-squared challenge to correct R-squared to more closely and the adjusted R-squared value is .986.

ANOVA

Table 5 ANOVA Summary

Model Sum of Squares Df Mean Square F Sig.
1 Regression 72286.733 2 36143.366 592.717 .000a
Residual 914.687 15 60.979
Total 73201.420 17
a. Predictors: (Constant), Oil, Gold
b. Dependent Variable: GDP

The above table shows that regression output shows the information about the variation accounted by the model. Residual show that information not accounted by the model. The model is large regression sum of squares shows that the model accounts of variation in the dependent variable. The degree of freedom is the number of years. The mean square is the sum of squared divided by the degree of freedom. The F statistics is the regression mean square divided by the residual mean square. Value of the significant is .000 this mean is the more close to the model and the collection of data is authentic.   If the value is above than the .005 than the model is not match to their data.

Table 6 Co efficients

Model Unstandardized Coefficients Standardized Coefficients t Sig.
B Std. Error Beta
1 (Constant) 30.693 4.844 6.336 .000
Gold .001 .000 .580 10.743 .000
Oil 1.051 .125 .454 8.402 .000
a. Dependent Variable: GDP

That table shows the GDP is constant because that is a dependent variable. The GDP is highly significant because the value is .000 if the value is less than .5 than the model is suitable. The impact of Gold and Oil have resulted with GDP is  highly significant.

Eric et al. (2006) indicates that there is a long-term connection between the cost of gold or oil and the GDP cost range. Second, the GDP cost range and the cost of gold and oil move together in a mathematically significant long-run connection assisting the view that a one % improve in the common GDP cost range results in a one % improve in the cost of gold and oil. There was a positive connection between gold cost and oil cost relation changes in GDP rising prices, GDP rising prices motions and credit risk.

4.7 Regression Analysis Return

Table 7 Regression Results

Model R R Square Adjusted R Square Std. Error of the Estimate
1 .157a .025 -.105 .23443
a. Predictors: (Constant), Oil, Gold

This table shows R, R-squared, adjusted R-squared and the standard error. Measure the strength of two variables. If the value of R is closed +1 than there is a strong correlation, if it is closed to -1 than there is a negative or weak correlation. R is the multiple correlation coefficient, is the relationship between independent variables and dependent variable. The large value of R .157 this indicates that there is a strong relationship. R-squared is the proportion of variation in the dependent variable explained by the independent variables. R square value is .025 large values represent that the model is fit one according to data. Adjusted R-squared challenge to correct R-squared to more closely and the adjusted R-squared value is -.105.

Table 8 ANOVA results table
Model Sum of Squares Df Mean Square F Sig.
1 Regression .021 2 .010 .191 .828a
Residual .824 15 .055
Total .845 17
a. Predictors: (Constant), Oil, Gold
b. Dependent Variable: Return

This table shows that regression output shows the information about the variation accounted by the model. Residual show that information not accounted by the model. The model is large regression sum of squares shows that the model accounts of variation in the dependent variable. The degree of freedom is the number of years. The mean square is the sum of squared divided by the degree of freedom. The F statistics is the regression mean square divided by the residual mean square.   The value of the significant is .828   this mean is the more close to the model and the collection of data is authentic. If the value is above than the .005 than the model is not match to their data.

Model

Unstandardized Coefficients Standardized Coefficients t Sig.
B Std. Error Beta
1 (Constant) -.796 .145 -5.476 .000
Gold 4.434E-7 .000 .115 .240 .813
Oil -.002 .004 -.242 -.507 .620
a. Dependent Variable: Return

That table shows stock exchange return is constant because that is a dependent variable. The return is highly significant because the value is .000 if the value is less than .5 than the model is suitable. The impact of gold have a result with return is  not significant. The impact of oil has resulted with return that is not significant. The gold and oil no significant result on stock returns.       This means that there is no impact of Gold prices and Oil prices on Karachi Stock Exchange returns. So we can say that null hypothesis is verified.

Quiros (2005) analyzed the relationship between oil cost commercial manufacturing and also between the oil cost and inventory profits on return. The results revealed that the increases in oil cost adversely impacts the inventory profits and commercial manufacturing and such impacts are also mathematically significant on return but some factors show the no significant on return and affect is stronger on oil inventory less than on commercial manufacturing and return.

5. Conclusion

Investors do not act rationally and they herding actions is seen in their responses to price changes. In partial marketplaces costs changes in a pattern and these changes are known as non-random. Outcomes of this research clearly revealed that in Pakistani Value Industry, Oil Industry and gold Industry, there is no lifestyle of lengthy run connection. Value Industry, Oil Industry and gold Industry are the major areas where traders can evade from adulthood threat and reinvestment threat. Assets and Marketability in these areas is high as in comparison to property. No lengthy run connection in these areas motivates traders to spend their resources in these areas in order to control their threat. Outcomes of this research recommend that changes in KSE, Oil Prices and gold Prices do not co differ and traders can spend their resources across these areas.

It is observed that the time series data of separate varying and depending varying (Oil cost, Oil supply, oil demand, Total Household manufacturing of Pakistan, Community industry financial commitment, personal industry financial commitment and Business balance) have a trend and also not fixed. After using a Descriptive Statistics its variate or random variable is a quantity or attribute whose value may vary from one unit of investigation to another.

Correlation is used to test the degree of association between variables. The design is used to find out the impact of oil cost movements and the other macroeconomic factors on the GDP. KSE100 and GDP have a negative correlation with the Gold market. The oil growth has weak positive correlation with the KSE100 and GDP. This study has used the monthly stock values of KSE100 return (Pakistan) and monthly average gold prices (measured in grams) and oil prices for the period of 1997 to 2014. Business Stability has an important impact on  GDP manufacturing at 5% stage of importance. Meanwhile, the personal industry financial commitment has a minimal impact on Total domestic manufacturing of at 10% stage of importance but oil cost movements and public financial commitment is not important impact on the GDP manufacturing. The data analysis results shows that gold and oil prices have a significant impact on GDP. Our result is the same as of Eric et al. (2006). The results shows that gold and oil prices have no significant impact on Return. Our results are the same as of Quiros (2005).

Recommendations

In Pakistan, there is a need to re-view the infrastructure of investment in Gold and Oil.
I recommend to investment in Gold and Oil in Pakistan because it has a positive impact on the performance of the Stock Market Returns and GDP Sectors.

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