WCI emitters’ capital, emissions outlook could have played factor in Q4 auction buying

Published 21:06 on November 25, 2020  /  Last updated at 21:06 on November 25, 2020  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

WCI compliance entities shifted their Q4 auction bidding strategies on future emissions outlooks for the linked cap-and-trade programme, internal allowance limits, and available capital, leading the group to procure fewer carbon permits than the previous sale, traders said.

WCI compliance entities shifted their Q4 auction bidding strategies on future emissions outlooks for the linked cap-and-trade programme, internal allowance limits, and available capital, leading the group to procure fewer carbon permits than the previous sale, traders said.

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