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Energy Market Risk Analysis – early June 2012

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Annuals hit 25-month low The price downtrend seen in the first half of May continued briefly into the second half of the month, with UK Power Annuals falling to their lowest level since April 2010. But then the downwards momentum stopped. And for the last fortnight prices have been bouncing …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis – mid May 2012

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Global energy markets fall Prices across global commodities and energy markets have fallen over the last fortnight, and UK gas and power prices with them, as fears of a stalling global economy have taken their toll and Iran conflict worries have eased. Dropping Chinese imports and concerns than Spain will …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis – early May 2012

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Big Thaw, but oil tensions rise Prices across UK gas and power markets continued to be squeezed higher at the start of February as the cold snap tightened its grip and temperatures and snow fell across the entire country. While short-term gas hit a six-year high, short-term electricity prices also …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis – mid April 2012

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Global energy markets fall Prices across global commodities and energy markets have fallen over the last fortnight, and UK gas and power prices with them, as fears of a stalling global economy have taken their toll and Iran conflict worries have eased. Dropping Chinese imports and concerns than Spain will …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis – early April 2012

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March ends on an uptick April Annual ’12 went off the board on a high – pushing above $51/MWh for the first time since November, helped by firmer gas and coal prices. Gas prices have been driven higher by a major gas leak, other North Sea production issues and LNG …

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