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Natural gas falls 2.4 cents

Posted on: August 15, 2017

NYMEX natural gas continued to take a breather on Monday with little movement throughout the curve. The prompt month traded in a tight range and settled 2.4 cents lower to settle at $2.959/MMBtu. A similar movement was seen for the remainder of 2017, with a slight gain on 2018. Weather models are displaying average and cooler temperatures over the next couple weeks.

Natural gas prices received a considerable boost after the storage figure released last Thursday was much more bullish than expected. All eyes will be on the upcoming inventory number release on August 17.


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