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There was a slight rise in spot prices with a higher demand from the US but continued Eurozone concerns meant the price didn't increase further. Continue reading for a more in-depth look at today's market prices.
28th March 2013 | Posted by: James Turner | Market Analysis
There has been little change in spot prices which remain tight as European nuclear power is in short supply, not helped by maintenance being started on the Tihange-1 in Belgium on Saturday, a drop in thermal generation in Germany and low wind production. How did the energy markets close? Day-Ahead gas saw a drop of 8.25ppt and closed at 90.5ppt while concerns over the supply were helped by impro…