Natural Gas Futures - Nov 15 (NGX5)

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2.520 +0.021    +0.86%
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Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 2.498
  • Open: 2.488
  • Day's Range: 2.472 - 2.522
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Prev. Close2.498
MonthNov 15
Tick Size0.001
Contract Size10,000 MMBtu
Tick Value10
Day's Range2.472 - 2.522
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolNG
52 wk Range2.403 - 4.544
Last Trading Day10/27/2015
1-Year Return-34.49%
Point Value1 = $10000

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Cameron Macintosh
Cameron Macintosh 13 minutes ago
The Bears conveniently ignore two things: supply is decreasing and exports will be starting. And oh, by the way, it is in the 40s and even the 30s from Idaho to Maryland this morning. It will get warm rapidly but not usual to see 49 point temp swings this time of year. Best on at night and AC on in the day. Totally normal temps for this time of year.
Cameron Macintosh
Cameron Macintosh 12 minutes ago
40 point temp swings. Heat on at night.
Hefbendi GlobalExchange
Hefbendi GlobalExchange 3 hours ago
Gas go up or down?
RK  Chaudhary (India)
RK Chaudhary (India) 5 hours ago
Those traders who are thinking that as soon as weather forecast agencies forecast cold temperatures in US, that will take NG to 2.60, 2.70 or 2.80 are thinking wrongly. NG market takes into account weather conditions of next at least fifteen days. Then this weather is compared with normal weather for this period. And if market perceives it to be cold, and thinks that cold is persistent that will draw more natural gas from storage than expected for this time of period, then only NG market will go up, otherwise not at all. At present there are no such forecasts that shows that cold is intense and will persist for at least one or two weeks. So, please trade cautiously. If present hot temperatures continue to hold for another one more week, we shall see NG in new lowest range of the year.
DILIP KUMAR 3 hours ago
U may be ✔
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