CCP collateral at the centre of energy crisis in Europe

The rising cost of collateral due to high and volatile energy prices is threatening the financial stability of otherwise strong European energy companies. This has prompted Sweden, Finland and other EU countries to announce or prepare for emergency supports. A negative impact of collateral costs on market participants is a historically regular occurrence; central counterparty (CCP) collateral calls have caused downfalls before. There should be a better way to handle this than emergency government intervention.
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