Dear Sir or Madam,
North Sea Brent oil hit a three-year high at $ 77.80 in early July and closed just below the $ 75 mark last week.
The recovering global economy and increasing demand are causing prices to rise, and important producers have only increased their production volumes insignificantly.
Now OPEC + could decide this week about a corresponding increase in production in August, as US crude oil inventories are also falling significantly.
Bank of America has now issued a price target of 100 dollars / barrel for the coming year, which can be attributed to the continued rise in demand.
The prices for EU CO2 emission rights have not benefited from the higher oil price and fell again by around two euros in the last week of trading compared to the previous week. The important mark of 50 euros still seems to be a significant support line here, as larger buy orders are repeatedly executed here.
But the halved auction volume in August could also influence pricing. This week, 15,091,500 EUAs will be auctioned for the last time on EEX, in August there will be only 7,546,500 EUAs per week.
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