EU Market: EUAs rise on energy, Brexit developments, and as traders eye auction shortfall

Published 21:06 on May 21, 2019  /  Last updated at 21:59 on May 21, 2019  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

EU carbon prices lifted slightly for a second straight day on Tuesday as the energy complex rebounded, traders eyed a sharp drop in auction supply ahead, and British Prime Minister Theresa May offered MPs a chance to vote on a second Brexit referendum.

EU carbon prices lifted slightly for a second straight day on Tuesday as the energy complex rebounded, traders eyed a sharp drop in auction supply ahead, and British Prime Minister Theresa May offered MPs a chance to vote on a second Brexit referendum.

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