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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 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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Energy Market Risk Analysis | Mid May 2017

Prices curl higher after 10-day tumble After rebounding at the start of May, Annual UK power prices chipped steadily lower, easing to their lowest level since early December amid increasing confidence over longer-term UK gas and power supplies. However by mid-month they were curling higher again, as short-term prices rallied …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | Mid February 2017

And down again… Continuing the choppy trading conditions seen since the end of last year, UK power prices moved generally lower for most of the last fortnight ─ buckling as the end of the latest cold snap trimmed energy demand across Europe, only to witness a partial rebound mid-February as …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | Early February 2017

Rollercoaster ride continues It has been another volatile fortnight across UK energy markets, with prices first thrown higher and then lower by the European cold snap intensifying and then ending, only to be propelled higher again at the end of January/start of February as gas infrastructure issues and revised, colder …

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