CCA prices to more than double by 2027, RGAs to rebound in late 2023 -analytics firm

Published 23:24 on October 6, 2022  /  Last updated at 14:54 on October 7, 2022  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

CCAs are projected to rise to the first allowance price containment reserve (APCR) trigger by 2027, while RGAs are forecast to prompt a cost containment reserve (CCR) trigger price by 2024, according a report issued Thursday by a London-based analytics firm.

CCAs are projected to rise to the first allowance price containment reserve (APCR) trigger by 2027, while RGAs are forecast to prompt a cost containment reserve (CCR) trigger price by 2024, according a report issued Thursday by a London-based analytics firm.

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