Cross-border conundrums

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Liquidity in the energy trading markets in Europe is now at a premium, following a reduction in market confidence and the withdrawal of some key players. But credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P) expects energy trading liquidity to increase over the next two years, as companies grow more c onfident and apply lessons learned from 2001/2002 as the market contracted.

Energy trading is an essential everyday operation for all energy utilities, generators and supply companies in the

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