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Natural Gas Futures - Jun 15 (NGM5)

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2.774 +0.023    +0.84%
01/05 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 2.751
  • Open: 2.729
  • Day's Range: 2.715 - 2.798
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Natural Gas 2.774 +0.023 +0.84%
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joe sunny
joe sunny May 03, 2015 04:01PM GMT
Any doubt this thing is going up? It can't be stopped.

SS SD
SS SD May 03, 2015 10:48AM GMT
Monday gap up or down NG?
Geert van Dijk
Geert van Dijk May 03, 2015 01:03PM GMT
I'm for up!
Estvon Revo
Estvon Revo May 03, 2015 02:37PM GMT
gape down
mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien May 03, 2015 02:38PM GMT
right now you should not think gap up or down, if you are trying to catch a down day in such rally, you can loos your arm in the process, the only safe play, you have for the next day or 2, buy on a down day. you shouldn't think of shorting till you get a bearish signal or consolidation around $3.00 NG.
Estvon Revo
Estvon Revo May 03, 2015 02:54PM GMT
i still have a short on 2.720 it would be great it would go down.
Geert van Dijk
Geert van Dijk May 03, 2015 03:57PM GMT
Ive got a small long position only risking 30 euros, profit could be bigger so we'll see.. A higher open then down making a dark cloud would be nice, tuesday down wednesday up up up to 3
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charles fentules
charles fentules May 03, 2015 08:10AM GMT
"According to the World Bank, global flaring releases as much as 4.9 trillion cubic feet of gas each year".. If one looks back far enough they will see one of my few comments stating that Nat gas will not be worth anything until flaring stops......
Syed Nasir
Syed Nasir May 03, 2015 10:22AM GMT
Natural gas can be compressed and chilled to -260F into liquefied natural gas (LNG) so it can be loaded onto tankers and sold to customers in Europe and Asia, where demand and prices are much higher. In Europe the price of natural gas is three times higher than in the US. Prices are close to four times higher in Asia. . . Chevron is using its financial might to expand its LNG deep-water infrastructure for its offshore natural gas reservoirs.. . Do you know about the The Gorgon Project? . . Natural gas is poised to see the greatest growth in market share of all fuel types in the years ahead. a substantial disparity still exists between the energy equivalent costs of oil and natural gas, which translates into an expanding natural gas industry.
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