The long-term trend of relatively minor fluctuations in the Nordic energy market continued at the start of last week. On Friday, however, the sideways trading was replaced by climbing prices, which were the result of a clear shift in the weather forecasts. The hydro-balance surplus also decreased. This meant that prices across the forward market ended the week with increases, approaching 10% for the short-term contracts in the market. The Q3-20 contract now costs EUR 9.80/MWh, an increase of EUR 0.95/MWh, while the YR-21 contract has climbed by EUR 1.10/MWh, closing at EUR 22.70/MWh on Monday.
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The Nordic energy market experienced a sharp price fall last week. Significantly wetter weather is on the way, and this caused prices to fall by more than 10% in both the coming quarter and year contracts.