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Good Chinese economic reports failed to fuel risk appetite. Equity markets were down in the US and Asia, but up in Europe nevertheless. There is a mix of fear that the Chinese recovery may not be as strong as expected and that better economic news puts the support from central...Subscribe to read more
European gas curve prices increased on Wednesday on the back of strong coal and EUA prices pushing coal-to-gas switching levels higher. Nevertheless, prompt gas prices weakened as most fundamentals still point to the bearish side with mild and windy weather ahead of the long Easter weekend, strong pipeline imports and...Subscribe to read more
Day-ahead prices remain very stable currently on the back of relatively unchanged fundamentals and with growing solar power supply as we gain more daylight every day and greater sun radiation, the far curve context is still very volatile, with calendar contracts gaining ground yesterday after a new increase in CO2,...Subscribe to read more
Brent prices are holding in their higher ST trading range ($71-72/b) while WTI has difficulties to catch up and holds a bit lower ($63-64/b). A fresh 2019 high was touched yesterday at $72.27/b for Brent before the EIA stocks report came out. The report was mixed but the highlight was...Subscribe to read more
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