Natural Gas Futures - Nov 15 (NGX5)

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2.510 -0.025    -1.01%
16:41:46 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 2.535
  • Open: 2.544
  • Day's Range: 2.504 - 2.554
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Natural Gas Overview

Prev. Close2.535
MonthNov 15
Tick Size0.001
Contract Size10,000 MMBtu
Tick Value10
Day's Range2.504 - 2.554
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolNG
52 wk Range2.403 - 4.544
Last Trading Day10/27/2015
1-Year Return-33.92%
Point Value1 = $10000

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Flash Gas 7 minutes ago
Was away for awhile... Wayne Roark - an hour or so ago I posted about high storage inventory and weak weather demand and included a rhetorical question suggesting prices are not likely to rise significantly above 2.55. Too bad you missed the nuance. While I don't get all of my calls correct, I am very comfortable with my basis for making them and understanding the ng market and its fickleness. What I haven't seen from you is admitting you completely missed on your $2.60 calls last week or providing any support for thinking prices would significantly jump to $2.60 with no forecasted weather support and a near 4 TCF storage balance going into winter.
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Flash Gas 5 minutes ago
One other thing. Look at the 2nd half of October for 2013 and 2014 see the direction of prices when storage was not as strong as this year and weather support was stronger.
NG NG 9 minutes ago
come modi, speak your mind!
MH MH 9 minutes ago
cameron macintosh today and for the first time in in 10 days we had an outside bearish day, which means the trend is reversing down, plus we the average trader are the last ones to know about a cold waive heading our way, you might be correct about the weather, and maybe that's why we are trending up, But this trend is over, market always react on cold forecast 2 weeks ahead of arrival, by the time it arrives, we start heading down.. that's what happened the entire winter season of 2014.
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