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Monday, 07 February 2011

EU spot carbon market reopens amid safety fears

The European Union's spot carbon market reopened on Friday (4 February) after cyber attacks had forced a closure lasting more than two weeks, but was quiet as some traders expected further thefts of emissions permits. The European Commission last month closed the electronic warehouses where permits are kept, called national registries, after the theft of EU allowances (EUAs) worth at least 45 million euros. Five registries reopened on Friday, in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Slovakia and Britain, while the Paris-based BlueNext spot exchange resumed trade. Some 125 EUA lots had traded by 1400 GMT on the exchange, compared with 740 lots for the whole day on the corresponding date last year.

Source: Euractiv