Carbon spot trading resumes, but volumes remain in doldrums

James S Murray
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Traders fearful of purchasing "stolen shit", as Point Carbon claims trading suspension cost €110m

Spot trading in the carbon market resumed today as five national carbon registries re-opened following last month's cyber attacks. But trading volumes remained low as traders expressed fears that they...

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