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EU ETS Report Week 42

Updated: Feb 2

Trading volumes continue to soar and see EUAs with the largest weekly gain since June The lows were seen in the early hours of Monday’s trading which saw prices find support at €80.00 before leaping throughout the week to close on €85.66 Carbon is now very much correlated with the European TTF natural gas marker with almost identical daily movements found there This suggests that last week’s activity was more reflective of short term gas price nervousness sparked by the ongoing conflict in the Middle East, rather than a change in the fundamentals for EUAs Emissions are still seasonally low and gas storage is almost at an all time high Let’s see if the approaching winter weather forces a change in the power markets. Please contact us at if you want to receive the EU ETS Weekly reports to your email.

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