The final week of September brought Q3 to a close on relatively muted trading of ACCUs in the broker-traded market, with small volumes trading for both Generic (landfill gas, avoided clearing) and Human Induced Regeneration (HIR) contracts, in contrast to the previous week’s trading. Despite a late pullback, prices for Generic ACCUs traded higher over the month, while HIR prices also grew on higher traded volumes. Internationally, the voluntary market saw largely positive moves over the week, despite a shaky global macro-economic backdrop, with prices up over our major categories.
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