Dear Sir or Madam,
The price of
oil has risen sharply during the third consecutive trading week and has rallied
around 9.00 USD a barrel during this period. In addition to the hope for a
change of attitude in the trade dispute between the USA and China, a clear cut
in production volumes from ??the OPEC countries pushed the price significantly up.
Although some analysts forecast an even stronger price increase, some factors
tend to argue against it. Thus, according to the abovementioned reduction in
production, the total output is still well above the demand level and at the
same time the USA has reported a record output of 11.9 million barrels per day.
While In June 2016, the relatively surprising outcome of the British referendum on leaving the European Union had triggered a huge drop in emissions allowances, this topic currently no longer plays a significant role. Neither the failed vote on the Brexit deal on Tuesday, nor the failed vote on the motion of no confidence against Theresa May, had a negative effect on the price performance of the EUAs.
Instead, the icy winter temperatures and the constantly rising oil prices pushed CO2 close to the 25 euro mark. Thus, even in the current trading week, it is unlikely that the political events in London and Brussels will affect the price of pollution rights.
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