EU carbon prices stable after virus selloff, but more weakness, big emissions drop seen ahead -analyst

Published 13:56 on April 3, 2020  /  Last updated at 00:38 on April 4, 2020  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

After cratering due to COVID-19 over the past few weeks, EU carbon prices have now stabilised and are trading at levels representative of decreased emissions demand caused by the crisis, an analyst said, estimating that figure to be around 80-100 million tonnes.

After cratering due to COVID-19 over the past few weeks, EU carbon prices have now stabilised and are trading at levels representative of decreased emissions demand caused by the crisis, an analyst said, estimating that figure to be around 80-100 million tonnes.

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