Following a relatively long period of fairly stable prices in the Nordic energy market, prices started experiencing serious movements as we entered the New Year. Mild weather and wet precipitation forecasts have resulted in price falls of more than 20% for the short-term contracts in the market. In just one week, the Q2-20 contract has fallen by EUR 7/MWh to EUR 25.40/MWh, while the YR-21 contract closed at EUR 31.60/MWh on Monday, EUR 1.55/MWh lower than last week. Turnover in the market has been relatively large at the start of the year.
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Precipitation volumes across the Nordic region have been high during January and the hydro-balance surplus continues to grow. Price falls are also continuing in the energy market.