Euro Markets: EUAs suffer largest-ever one-day fall amid widespread liquidations

Published 17:59 on March 1, 2022  /  Last updated at 00:36 on March 2, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS, UK ETS  /  No Comments

EUAs suffered their biggest ever one-day fall in absolute terms as investors rushed for the exit amid suspected selling by Russian investors, a spare of triggered stop-losses, and concerns that the ETS may not be a priority for the EU in the coming months as efforts to end the conflict in Ukraine and tackle soaring energy prices take precedence.

EUAs suffered their biggest ever one-day fall in absolute terms as investors rushed for the exit amid suspected selling by Russian investors, a spare of triggered stop-losses, and concerns that the ETS may not be a priority for the EU in the coming months as efforts to end the conflict in Ukraine and tackle soaring energy prices take precedence.

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