• EU carbon market update: 9 March 2020

    10 March 2020

    The coronavirus outbreak has added to the headwinds facing the EU Allowance market and any hint of upside is likely to find willing sellers, says Tom Lord*.

  • EU carbon market update: 2 March 2020

    03 March 2020

    The outlook for EU Allowance prices is bearish, with volatility likely to remain high due to the influence of the Coronavirus, says Tom Lord.*

  • WCI Carbon Market Update, 2 March 2020

    02 March 2020

    The outlook for CCA prices remains bullish, despite slight weakness last week, says Nicolas Girod*.

  • WCI Carbon Market Update, 24 February 2020

    24 February 2020

    The clearing price in last week's auction will be key to how CCA prices evolve this week, says Nicolas Girod*

  • EU Carbon Market Update, 17 February

    18 February 2020

    The outlook is bullish for EU Allowances this week but almost anything could happen, as demand could be affected by a wide range of factors, says Tom Lord*.

  • EU Carbon Market Update, 10 February

    11 February 2020

    EU Allowance prices continue to sink, and the fundamentals remain bearish in the week ahead, says Tom Lord*

  • EU Carbon Market Update, 27 January

    28 January 2020

    The outlook for EU Allowance (EUA) prices is bearish, due to weak fundamental factors and the imminent return of UK auctions, says Tom Lord*.

  • WCI Carbon Market Update, 27 January 2020

    27 January 2020

    A week of consolidation in prices of CCAs was overdue, but market participants' 'wait and see' approach could trigger price increases in the long run, says Nicolas Girod.*

  • UAE eyes its own sustainability taxonomy

    17 January 2020

    The regulatory authorities of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have published national Guiding Principles on Sustainable Finance, which include basic information on a proposed sustainability taxonomy for the country.

  • EU Carbon Market Update, 13 January

    14 January 2020

    The outlook is bearish for EU Allowance prices, says Adam Windmill*, as auction supply doubles this week with no obvious additional sources of demand