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Natural Gas Futures - Jun 15 (NGM5)

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2.532 +0.018    +0.70%
19:48:55 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 2.514
  • Open: 2.508
  • Day's Range: 2.490 - 2.545
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Natural Gas 2.532 ++0.018 (++0.70%)
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mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien Apr 28, 2015 07:35PM GMT
Zoro and weather man You are totally right, in your view what i say is garbage , which in a way it's true.. but do you really think your injection prediction or your NG predictions has value.. At least i know that i write garbage.
arthur Garfield
arthur Garfield Apr 28, 2015 07:46PM GMT
@Mo, Why do you need to inflame forum? It would be profitable to all to share empirical data so all benefit.. C'mon,your sharper than pettiness.No?

Spicy Mikey
Spicy Mikey Apr 28, 2015 07:13PM GMT
Taking the elevator up and the stairs down today.

arthur Garfield
arthur Garfield Apr 28, 2015 06:45PM GMT
As mentioned in todays WSJ and earlier Citi reports- Actually NG supplies are growing ! The biggest reason is for producers to sell NG to pay interest on debt to not lose properties/plays.Investors chasing yield are throwing $ at NG/oil bonds and producers gladly taking it.. Only INCREASE in NG supplies as far as the eye can see ! Up Up and away in my beautiful balloon !. Do the research stop lazy thinking or lose in magical thinking land .
arthur Garfield
arthur Garfield Apr 28, 2015 06:49PM GMT
"Algo mejor que nada" Mexican expression-something is better than nothing !. Small producers want to stay in business and not sell out to bigger players at discount !
Weather Man
Weather Man Apr 28, 2015 06:59PM GMT
@AG. . . +89 injection this Thurs might be slightly high prediction. Me thinks they might be over rating the Solar Effect? Production and temps suggest +70, should be interesting. I've been wrong before!
Spicy Mikey
Spicy Mikey Apr 28, 2015 07:04PM GMT
Makes sense. if the price is down, profits are lower, even if you reduce expenses by shuttering rigs. Bottom line, to make your debt payments you need to sell even MORE gas not less eventhough producing and selling more gas will bring the price even lower. it's a catch 22. It's really what we see happening in Oil also. Rigs are closing but production isn't really slowing much. The thing that seems to be saving oil is fear of conflict in Yemen and driving season. Oil too could retrace back into the 40's by fall
arthur Garfield
arthur Garfield Apr 28, 2015 07:32PM GMT
Yes Spicy, Oil and NG are caught up in what's being called,"creative destruction destruction" new economic term! This is creating "zombie" companies that neither grow and profit nor close into bankruptcy ! Rig shutdowns have NOTHING to do with production or pricing in market awash with product and fewer buyers.
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