EU Market: EUAs fail to hold above €44 following weaker auction, as investor bullish bets and participant numbers rise

Published 18:30 on April 14, 2021  /  Last updated at 10:14 on July 10, 2021  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

EUAs twice rose back above €44 on Wednesday, but a challenge to this week's record levels was beaten back after a weaker auction and faltering equities, while trading data showed that investors' net long futures positions rose and the number of market participants surged to a new record.

EUAs twice rose back above €44 on Wednesday, but a challenge to this week’s record levels was beaten back after a weaker auction and faltering equities, while trading data showed that investors’ net long futures positions rose and the number of market participants surged to a new record.

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