July natural gas is called 2 cents higher Friday morning at $2.91 as near-term weather forecasts call for basically normal temperatures, and near-term traders mull bearish conditions for next week. Overnight oil markets inched higher.
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June natural gas is expected to open 3 cents lower Wednesday morning at $3.19 as traders factor in almost non-existent weather conditions along with a deteriorating technical environment. Overnight oil markets were mixed.
June natural gas is set to open 5 cents higher Monday morning at $3.31 as traders digest a variable weather forecast and consider short hedges. Overnight oil markets rose.
June natural gas is expected to open 3 cents higher Thursday morning at $3.22 as traders anticipate a government storage report to show declining inventory surpluses relative to historical averages. Overnight oil markets fell.
June natural gas is expected to open 6 cents lower Monday morning at $3.36 as traders factor in a lack of a discernible pattern to heating and cooling requirements and see a market ripe for reducing price exposure. Overnight oil markets soared.
The expiring May futures contract is expected to open 3 cents higher Wednesday morning at $3.07 even though traders are factoring in not only weak forecast load figures, but also a deteriorating technical picture. Overnight oil markets fell.
May natural gas is expected to open a penny lower Monday morning at $3.25 as traders can find little in the way of positive weather developments and market sentiment begins to shift lower. Overnight oil markets gained.
April natural gas is seen opening 9 cents higher Monday morning at $2.92 as traders respond to forecast cooling. Overnight oil markets were mixed.
April natural gas is set to open a penny lower Tuesday morning at $2.68 as weather models overnight continued to moderate and heating requirements are expected to be below normal. Overnight oil markets fell.
March natural gas is set to open 3 cents higher Wednesday morning at $2.59 as traders reconcile a modest loss in heating demand with deeply oversold market conditions. Overnight oil markets fell.