Evolution Markets Financial Services

Evolution expands into global merchant banking

Evolution Markets Financial Services, a subsidiary of environmental market brokerage Evolution Markets, is set to expand its range of activities across global merchant banking within the environmental, energy and clean energy sectors.

US coal trading picks up steam

While the coal market awaits pricing indexes to reinvigorate trading, emissions trading is getting a boost from increased coal burning. Catherine Lacoursière reports

Coal on the rocks

Faced with liquidity problems, falling volumes and uncertainty over the accuracy of price data, coal trading has had many of the same difficulties as the natural gas and power sectors over the past year. How can it get back on its feet, asks Kevin Foster

Energy Brokers Association adds three new members

The Washington DC-based Energy Brokers Association (EBA) yesterday admitted three new members and confirmed a series of first meetings with key associations within the US energy markets. The EBA was set up in November 2001 with the goal of co-ordinating…

Evolution Markets launches weather desk

New York-based environmental and energy broker Evolution Markets has returned to the weather derivatives sector with the launch of a weather desk, six years after it brokered its first over-the-counter weather deal.

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