Power market must act on clearing to avoid mandatory limits, says EEX CEO

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"If the different communities within Europe fail to act on this, and continue to be obstinate, then mandatory clearing has a good chance of being passed by the European Commission in Brussels," said Menzel at a workshop in London run by clearing house European Commodity Clearing (ECC) on March 16th.

"Immediately following the Lehman Brothers collapse we saw a sharp increase in clearing, but two weeks later this dropped down again. We need to see more parties demonstrating their understanding of

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