Wall Street has gone green. No, I'm not referring to the flashes of green from employees blowing their year-end bonuses, but rather the industry's growing appetite for emissions trading.
In a few short weeks, the industry has seen a number of deals in this space. Inter-dealer broker GFI Group launched its Web-based EnergyMatch trading platform for the North American sulfur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide emissions markets in mid-November. Three weeks later, NYSE Euronext acquired French energy exchange Powernext's carbon dioxide emissions trading business. And last week, the New York...
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