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Energy Market Risk Analysis | Mid November 2017

Bull-run intensifies – then breaks While the recent bullishness intensified in the first fortnight of November, with Annuals rallying by as much as 4%, prices have buckled over the last few days as the factors that drove the market higher – colder weather, further French nuclear concerns and a surging …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | Early August 2017

Annuals nudge 5-month highs After some up and down shuffling, UK Power annuals ended July on an up-note, nudging five-month highs, as gas, coal and oil markets all rallied. The short-term UK power market has meanwhile been much calmer over the last fortnight, after a very volatile first half of …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | Mid July 2017

Mixed: more swings, more stability The stark behavioural differences between the short and longer term markets seen during June have continued in July, with significant price volatility seen again on shorter-term contracts while the Annuals have been stable to marginally weaker. US LNG arrives; 9½-month lows hit Winter ’17, and …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | Early July 2017

Short-term doubles; annuals steady Almost all of the price volatility has again been in the short-term market over the last fortnight, with Day-ahead prices doubling as they leapt from a 9-month low to a 5-month high – on the back of a cluster of powers stations going offline and a …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | Early June 2017

Rally extends, then falters Annual UK power prices continued to rebound for most of the second half of May, pushing towards three-month highs before pulling back at the very end of the month, in line with other energy markets, while short-term prices have come under pressure from an increase in …

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