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Listen: European ULSD liquidity surges and looks set to remain strong

Andrew Bonnington, Platts editorial director, European and African Oil and Charles Goldner, Platts EMEA diesel editor, on liquidity in the European diesel market having surged in recent weeks amid strong buying from trading companies. With diesel cars becoming more and more popular across Europe and the Intercontinental Exchange shifting the basis of its flagship gasoil contract to a lower sulphur product, that strong liquidity looks set to stay.


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