Symbolic first 2020 EU carbon futures trade between JP Morgan and Gunvor

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US Wall Street bank JP Morgan sold the first European Union Allowance contract for delivery in 2020 to Netherlands-based energy trader Gunvor at €22.72/tonne ($29.98/tonne) on August 6, in a trade that carries more symbolic importance than the promise of more liquidity, analysts say.

The over-the-counter trade, brokered by Tradition, was part of a complex structured deal involving trades with earlier delivery dates, the brokerage said in a statement.

Although the trade is unlikely to herald a

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