Hedgies, I-Banks Nose Around US Emissions

Terzo, Gerelyn
July 2006
Investment Dealers' Digest;7/10/2006, Vol. 72 Issue 27, p9
Trade Publication
The article reports on the development of the emissions trading market in the U.S. This market has been dominated by European companies. However, hedge funds in the U.S. are starting to view this market as an asset class. And with the European market being operated under the Kyoto Protocol, Americans are seeing this as a model for their own venture into the field.


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