The EU gives Britain half a year more time, thus preventing a disorderly Brexit for the time being. By 31.10.2019 at the latest, the British are now out of the EU. The 29.03.2019 was originally the planned exit date, but the EU has already granted an extension until last Friday.
Now that a chaotic no-deal Brexit is off the table for at least a couple of months, CO2 emissions rights rose sharply last week, reaching an 11-year high. At the top, the December 2019 future was € 27.85 per EUA last Friday, but the trading session was visibly down again. On a weekly basis, an increase of 8% to EUR 26.58 on the futures market ultimately remained.
Even though in the current trading week at 7,485,000 EUA, due to Good Friday, only about half of the previous week’s auction volume will be auctioned at the Leipzig EEX, the overbought market would need time to breathe. In spite of Easter Monday, 12,627,500 emission allowances will be auctioned again in the coming trading week, since in addition to the EU auctions, EUAs will also be offered from German and Polish contingents.
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