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As part of Eurex Group, we provide access to a global liquidity network with daily trading volumes exceeding 8 million contracts together with the International Securities Exchange (ISE) and the European Energy Exchange (EEX).
The procedures will be organized by the European Energy Exchange.
According to the Liepzigbased European Energy Exchange profits from coal-fired plants in Germany are up by 30% in the first six months of this year.
35 euro [intraday price on November 10] on the European Energy Exchange.
The reduction follows the recent fall in the electricity futures trade on the European Energy Exchange (EEX).
net (Staff Writer) The European Energy Exchange (EEX) and Eurex are expanding the offering of futures on emission rights.
There is already a spot and futures market for gas products at the European Energy Exchange in Leipzig, Germany.
The index is used for cash settlement of coal contracts listed by both the European Energy Exchange (EEX) and Ice Futures.