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Eastern NatGas Cash Points Dip on Milder Temps; June Futures Add Nearly A Dime

Physical natural gas for Wednesday delivery and the front-month futures contract once again moved in opposite directions as weather-driven weakness in the East was able to dominate a market where most points moved from a few pennies to a nickel higher.

May 12, 2015

Eastern NatGas Cash Points Dip on Milder Temps; June Futures Add Nearly A Dime

Physical natural gas for Wednesday delivery and the front-month futures contract once again moved in opposite directions as weather-driven weakness in the East was able to dominate a market where most points moved from a few pennies to a nickel higher.

May 12, 2015

Record End-of-Season Storage Forecast, Yet June Called 5 Cents Higher

June natural gas is set to open 5 cents higher Tuesday morning at $2.85 even though observers are now looking at the fundamentals of supply and demand and see an oversupplied market looming by the end of the injection season. Overnight oil markets rose.

May 12, 2015

Traders Await Fund Short-Covering; June Called 4 Cents Lower

June natural gas is expected to open 4 cents lower Monday morning at $2.84 as traders see little in the way of near-term weather patterns sufficient to move the market and await the opportunity for producers to mitigate their risk. Overnight oil markets were mixed.

May 11, 2015

Traders Await Fund Short-Covering; June Called 4 Cents Lower

June natural gas is expected to open 4 cents lower Monday morning at $2.84 as traders see little in the way of near-term weather patterns sufficient to move the market and await the opportunity for producers to mitigate their risk. Overnight oil markets were mixed.

May 11, 2015

Physical Natural Gas, Futures Part Ways

The natural gas physical and futures markets moved in divergent directions Monday as the physical market responded to some unseasonable eastern weather patterns.

May 11, 2015

Physical Natural Gas, Futures Part Ways

The natural gas physical and futures markets moved in divergent directions Monday as the physical market responded to some unseasonable eastern weather patterns.

May 11, 2015

Subtropical Ana Starts Hurricane Season? June Called 5 Cents Higher

June natural gas is expected to open 5 cents higher Friday morning at $2.78 as the early arrival of an Atlantic storm may signal an active tropical weather season. Overnight oil markets rose. Traders see Thursday's price slide following a neutral storage report as indicative of market weakness.

May 8, 2015

Subtropical Ana Starts Hurricane Season? June Called 5 Cents Higher

June natural gas is expected to open 5 cents higher Friday morning at $2.78 as the early arrival of an Atlantic storm may signal an active tropical weather season. Overnight oil markets rose. Traders see Thursday’s price slide following a neutral storage report as indicative of market weakness.

May 8, 2015

Physical NatGas, Futures Ratchet Higher; June Adds 15 Cents

Both cash and futures markets rose in Friday trading, with overall natural gas for the weekend and Monday adding 2 cents and futures tacking on more than 14 cents.

May 8, 2015