EU ETS in line for volatility after Parliament failure to agree on reforms, say analysts

Published 17:05 on June 9, 2022  /  Last updated at 17:23 on June 9, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Analysts envisage a period of high volatility and low liquidity for the EU ETS as participants step back amid the uncertain outlook following the European Parliament's rejection of proposed reforms, with experts split on whether a second attempt by the assembly would lead to higher ambition.

Analysts envisage a period of high volatility and low liquidity for the EU ETS as participants step back amid the uncertain outlook following the European Parliament’s rejection of proposed reforms, with experts split on whether a second attempt by the assembly would lead to higher ambition.

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