Euro Markets: EUAs post 0.9% weekly loss as liquidity drains amid risk-averse mood

Published 17:52 on March 25, 2022  /  Last updated at 19:24 on January 5, 2023  /  EMEA, EU ETS, UK ETS  /  No Comments

EUAs ended the week marginally lower as traders complained about declining liquidity and worsening price discovery caused by increased transaction costs, while energy prices fell after the US and Europe agreed a deal to replace some Russian gas supplies with American LNG cargoes.

EUAs ended the week marginally lower as traders complained about declining liquidity and worsening price discovery caused by increased transaction costs, while energy prices fell after the US and Europe agreed a deal to replace some Russian gas supplies with American LNG cargoes.

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