Physical natural gas for Thursday delivery rose again in screen-directed trading on Wednesday. Nearly all points saw gains from a nickel or more in the Gulf to double-digit advances in the Great Lakes, Marcellus, Mid-Atlantic and Appalachia. There was little weather inspiration, and much of the gains mirrored the gains posted by the expired June futures contract. At the close June had settled at $4.619, up 11.4 cents, while July finished 10.4 cents higher at $4.615. July crude oil tumbled $1.39 to $102.72/bbl.
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