By Mathew Carr
Dec. 1, 2020 — LONDON: EU carbon futures rose to their highest since the middle of September, hitting 30 euros a ton and close to a record level, on colder weather and temporarily limited supply in the primary market for allowances.
See this intraday chart (euros/metric ton):
December 2021 futures also rose above 30 euros a ton, according to ICE.
See this earlier story flagging the market’s rise, citing Redshaw Advisors:
See this story saying the freeze in the Brexit talks is holding carbon allowances down; resolution of those talks would see prices rise, according to some/ also, a Commerzbank survey sees higher levels:
See this two-year chart:
Options trade is going off vs futures, apparently (this chart is through October):
(Updated Tuesday morning; ICE corrects last chart Dec. 3; Updates Dec. 1 prices)