Analysts map downside risk for EU ETS amid louder talk of Russia energy cut-off

Published 18:48 on April 14, 2022  /  Last updated at 18:48 on April 14, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Analysts are assessing how far EU ETS prices could fall should the bloc trigger a full EU embargo on Russian energy, with top German economists forecasting a Europe-wide recession and gas rationing by early next year in the event of a full cut off.

Analysts are assessing how far EU ETS prices could fall should the bloc trigger a full EU embargo on Russian energy, with top German economists forecasting a Europe-wide recession and gas rationing by early next year in the event of a full cut off.

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