07.02.2013 - Carbon rises to two-week high as EU policy makers weigh glut fix
European Union carbon permits rose to their highest in two weeks as policy makers consider a plan to combat a glut of allowances by limiting their supply. EU carbon permits for December rose as much as 7.7 percent to 4.76 euros ($6.44) a ton on Londonís ICE Futures Europe exchange and were at 4.73 euros at 11:58 a.m. in London. United Nations Certified Emission Reduction credits for December rose 2 cents to 36 cents a ton...............................................Full Article: Source
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