Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
In the known yo-yo effect, which is feared by not a few people, a reduction diet results first in the desired fat and weight loss. The energy stores in the body are activated, which makes the view on the scale and in the mirror additionally pleasing. But the lack of food also leads to an energy saving program in the muscles. This “emergency operation” remains active even after the person has resumed their usual eating. However, the fat stores are quickly replenished and not infrequently one has more pounds on the scale than before the diet.
The global oil market has been facing a similar dilemma for several years. In order to achieve the desired prices on the market, the OPEC, together with other countries, prescribe themselves a diet for the production output. But as soon as the price reaches a level above the $ 50 mark, the relative expensive fracking method in the US is worthwhile and the stocks are filled so well that the price drops again just as quickly as it rose before.
At the beginning of last week, OPEC and Russia representatives met again to discuss more effective measures, and the oil price actually rose again to over USD 52.00. But this time, too, the yo-yo effect will not fail to appear. In a diet, you can curb the effect when regular exercise is added. With the oil price, however, we will still be looking for a suitable solution for quite a long time.
The carbon market has benefited from the oil rally last week and has clearly ended its last downward course. With an average price cut of around 25 cents in relation to the previous week, the price moved more or less sideways, but made up ground shortly before settlement on Friday.
The new trading week starts today with a promising auction result of 5.23 EUR and changes from tomorrow to the summer mode with halved auctions.
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