The COVID-19 crisis has, or will, affect the entire population of the world. The impact this has had on financial markets has been widely reported, with the biggest losses seen on the Dow Jones and many of the leading equity markets since 1987. We are living through unprecedented times, and the future is uncertain. In these times it is human nature to put "non-essential" work on the back burner. To concentrate on the immediate impact and day to day actions to protect our families, business, and try and live life as normally as possible. There is, however, a huge opportunity present in the energy markets, and also a fairly significant risk on the horizon that brings the need to renew your energy contracts up the agenda.
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