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Investing in the Australian Power Market

Thursday, February 19, 2009
The single biggest threat is perhaps reduced volatility in the market, however, the market structure is actually set-up for volatility.

A SQUARE :: 19Feb09 Investing in the Australian Power Market
Category Power
Author Sona Blessing
„We believe that this approach, when applied to trading power derivatives in Australia as well as other markets related to power and the environment (e.g. carbon, renewable energy certificates), has a strong opportunity to access and profit from these inefficiencies.“
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