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Natural gas losses 2 cents

Posted on: September 20, 2017

A marginal downward movement in NG prompt futures settling at $3.12 for the day with expectations of a higher inventory build to be reported this Thursday... somewhere around 95-Bcf versus the five year average of 73-Bcf according to Bloomberg. For the most part NG has experienced favorable September weather fundamentals with hotter temperatures in the Eastern US, as well as a cold winter contingent on La Nina forming.

The 7.2 magnitude earthquake near Mexico City adds some speculation on power demand levels.


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