The ICE daily CER firmed 2 cents on Tuesday, closing at 0.81 EURO (+2.53%). As expected, traders are try to squeeze whatever optimism they can from the market during Doha, before the gloom sets back in. In America, Obama has already sent the signal he's not aggressive on global climate change cooperation by signing a bill that shields the country's airlines from carbon offsetting laws in the EU. Cheap ERUs and CERs continue to flood the market and it looks to accelerate for the rest of the year. This looks to be a good week to sell carbon especially if the Doha conference ends inconclusively, as prior similar conference outcomes would predict.