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Energy Market Risk Analysis | Early February 2018

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All periods slump then rebound While a strongly bearish trend was seen across UK power and gas markets for most of the second half of January ─ pushing the UK power annuals down by as much as 5% and short-term prices down by as much as 8% ─ levels partially …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | Mid January 2018

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April ’18 Annual breaks above £48 Stable start to 2018 The front two UK Power annuals reached fresh multi-year highs in the second week of January – with April ’18 Annual pushing above £48/MWh and October ’18 Annual reaching £46.5/MWh for the first time since they started being discussed almost …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | Early January 2018

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Short-term dips as Winter hits high high disruptions Short-term and long-term UK power and gas prices have moved in different directions over the last fortnight, with the seasons and annuals rising – Winter ’18 hitting a multi-year high – helped by a firm oil market, while Day-ahead and Month-ahead values …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | Early December 2017

Day-ahead and Dec both breach £55 While the second half of November began with all UK power periods deflating – amid waning French nuclear concerns, warmer weather expectations and softer coal and oil markets, by the 20th of the month many levels were starting to move higher again. Further French …

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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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