Carbon price close to record low as European sell-off continues

James S Murray
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Experts predict €10 EUAs could represent good deal for long-term investors

The price of carbon allowance in the EU emissions trading scheme (ETS) was at close to record lows in trading this morning as weak energy commodity prices and a continued sell-off of allowances from heavy...

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