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EU Authority Says Volatility Hurting Markets, Suggests Changes

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Energy futures and derivatives markets are not to blame for the ongoing price spikes and massive volatility in European natural gas and LNG futures markets, according to the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), which warned that any intervention in energy and other financial commodity markets must be carefully assessed to avoid worsening the situation.

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Policy and Regulation, Gas Futures and Derivatives, Oil Futures and Derivatives
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