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BUY OR SELL-Where do EU carbon prices go from here?

LONDON, March 28 (Reuters) – The price of European carbon permits have risen around 10 percent this month after political unrest in the Middle East, Japan’s earthquake and Germany’s decision to shut down old nuclear capacity.

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Carbon market vendor claims harassment by city veterinarian

A MARKET vendor who claimed she was being harassed by veterinarian and abattoir chief Dr. Alice Utlang is asking the Cebu City Council to investigate the official.
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  • Published: Feb 16th, 2011
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Organized Crime Blamed for Roiling $110 Billion Carbon Market

Organized criminals are being blamed for stealing European Union pollution permits and sparking a police hunt across the continent, battering confidence in an 80 billion-euro ($110 billion) market.

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UN Carbon-Credit Discount Widens as Supplies Increase to 9.2 Million Tons

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The discount of United Nations emission credits compared with European Union permits widened on speculation that regulators may supply a record number of offset credits this week.

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EU Carbon Trades Little Changed After Reaching 10-Day High on German Power

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European Union carbon-dioxide permits were little changed after reaching the highest price in 10 days as rising German power and U.K. natural gas prices boosted demand for emission rights.

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European Carbon Permits Fall Near Lowest in a Week as German Power Drops

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European Union carbon dioxide permits declined near their lowest in a week as German power dropped for the second day in three.

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German Power Gains to 4-Month High on Rising Coal; Carbon Drops

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Jan. 7 (Bloomberg) — German electricity for delivery in 2012 rose to a four-month high after coal prices soared. European Union carbon permits slid.

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EU Carbon Permit Premium Widens to a Five-Month High Over UN CO2 Offsets

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The premium of European Union carbon permits for 2012 over United Nations offsets advanced to its widest level since June 9 as EU lawmakers consider banning credits from some industrial-gas cutting projects in 2013.

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EU Carbon Permits Fall to Three-Week Low on Huge Overhang

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Oct. 19 (Bloomberg) — EU carbon-dioxide permits fell to a three-week low as a

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  • Published: Oct 13th, 2010
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UK auctions 4.4 mln EU carbon permits at 15.46 eur/t

Oct 7 (Reuters) – Britain sold 4.4 million European carbon emissions permits at 15.46 euros ($21.62) a tonne in its fourteenth auction to date, the UK government said on Thursday.

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  • Published: Mar 16th, 2010
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Hungarys Sale of Recycled Credits Weighs on Carbon Markets

March 12 (Bloomberg) — The spread between European Union emission allowances and comparable UN credits widened to the most in almost a month on concern that Hungarys sale of recycled credits may undermine markets.

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