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Carbon Emissions Price

Carbon Emissions Price Chart

  • Earlier in the summer we ran the chart as a "commodity" that would likely go up into the December Paris Confab. The report was done as a spoof.

  • The rally set a high of 8.70 going into "Paris".

  • The plunge to 7.90 suggests the market had fully discounted a huge increase in demand for a phoney product.

  • Otherwise, "carbon emissions" trades with real commodities. The big highs were with the cyclical peaks for real commodities in 2008 and in 2011.

  • The decline could run for years.

  • Our price target for the Carbon Emissions contract is 400 ppm.

 

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