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Volume 7, Issue 2 (2014)
Fringe gains could see proposals to modify emissions market suffer
Carbon dioxide emissions represent a new traded asset that, in addition to reducing carbon dioxide emissions through cap-and-trade initiatives, can offer financial risk diversification benefits. In this...
The US government is planning to use the Environmental Protection Agency to combat climate change, in a move that could create new opportunities for carbon traders, according to lawyers and analysts...
Australia's electricity derivatives market had been picking up since the global financial crisis, but volumes have declined in recent years. Firms blame the slowdown on a combination of slim trading...
Energy market participants upbeat about development of California emissions market, despite legal threats
Uncertainty over a plan to postpone sales of EUAs is contributing to stalling prices and reduced liquidity
European Commission proposes back-loading a larger volume of European Union Allowances than expected, yet analysts downplay price impact
California is set to launch the world’s second-largest carbon market, but threats of litigation have kept many potential market participants sitting on the sidelines
Stormy skies ahead for EUAAs amid regulatory risk
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