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Natural gas slips 3.5 cents

Posted on: April 25, 2017

Natural gas prices fell for the third consecutive day on Monday. After trading in a range of $0.118, prices slipped 3.5 cents to settle at $3.066/MMBtu. The price movement was seen throughout the curve, with the back falling a couple cents. Weather fundamentals remain neutral, with cooler temperatures felt in the Midwest, and above average in the East. Baker Hughes has reported that natural gas rigs increased by 5 last week.

Early views on the storage figure is for a build in the range of 65 to 75-Bcf.


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