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  • With the exception of day ahead gas, the cost of energy rose slightly last week. This is likely to be because of the inclement weather affecting America and rumours of a recovery in the stock market. Is this a sign of an upturn in prices or, more likely, a measure of the uncertainty over how low prices can fall? Read More...
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    26-01-2016

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  • It appears that Tim Peake isn’t the only interesting object in space at the moment. Hortibiz have recently published an article revealing that US astronaut, Scott Kelly, tweeted a picture of a Zinnia that has flowered aboard the International Space Station. Read More...
  • The markets showed some of their biggest falls this week; seeing the oil price collapsing, sterling strengthening, higher gas reserves and temperatures forecasted to go up.  Oh, and Iran might be coming ‘on-stream’ with oil again soon. Read More...
  • Gas prices increased in response to the forecasted lower temperatures, which are expected over the next couple of weeks; electricity is expected to follow suit. Oil prices continue to fall, but last week’s changes seemingly had no impact on gas and electricity. Read More...

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