A credit boost for traders

Energy trading and marketing is a highly confidence-sensitive operation – its life blood depends on assurance in credit, sound risk management and strong liquidity. Clearly, scepticism now abounds: counterparties, creditors and the capital markets have seen declining trade volumes throughout 2002, as well as reductions in counterparty thresholds, increasing costs in bank facilities and a sell-off in public equity. These concerns could potentially be alleviated by some combination of exchange and

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