Natural Gas Futures - Mar 16 (NGH6)

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2.040 -0.059    -2.79%
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Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 2.098
  • Open: 2.096
  • Day's Range: 2.034 - 2.110
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Natural Gas Historical Data

Time Frame:
01/11/2016 - 02/10/2016
 
Date Price Open High Low Vol. Change %
Feb 10, 2016 2.039 2.093 2.109 2.033 - -2.60%
Feb 09, 2016 2.094 2.123 2.133 2.065 - -1.39%
Feb 08, 2016 2.124 2.106 2.172 2.105 - 2.93%
Feb 05, 2016 2.063 1.981 2.076 1.981 165.22K 4.61%
Feb 04, 2016 1.972 2.042 2.048 1.954 153.16K -3.24%
Feb 03, 2016 2.038 2.036 2.065 1.992 124.47K 0.64%
Feb 02, 2016 2.025 2.136 2.140 1.976 215.72K -5.90%
Feb 01, 2016 2.152 2.213 2.228 2.127 174.77K -6.35%
Jan 29, 2016 2.298 2.224 2.315 2.218 181.50K 5.32%
Jan 28, 2016 2.182 2.145 2.231 2.088 183.96K -0.32%
Jan 27, 2016 2.189 2.177 2.241 2.161 11.48K 0.41%
Jan 26, 2016 2.180 2.144 2.219 2.128 47.01K 1.02%
Jan 25, 2016 2.158 2.156 2.175 2.081 59.78K 0.89%
Jan 22, 2016 2.139 2.149 2.168 2.112 92.56K 0.05%
Jan 21, 2016 2.138 2.135 2.189 2.080 161.15K 0.94%
Jan 20, 2016 2.118 2.091 2.149 2.067 106.10K 1.29%
Jan 19, 2016 2.091 2.055 2.170 2.044 133.09K -0.64%
Jan 18, 2016 2.105 2.052 2.133 2.045 - 2.58%
Jan 17, 2016 2.052 2.092 2.092 2.046 - -2.31%
Jan 15, 2016 2.100 2.144 2.153 2.086 103.82K -1.82%
Jan 14, 2016 2.139 2.274 2.294 2.126 156.66K -5.73%
Jan 13, 2016 2.269 2.263 2.323 2.256 137.81K 0.53%
Jan 12, 2016 2.257 2.362 2.366 2.241 157.60K -5.80%
Jan 11, 2016 2.396 2.446 2.480 2.355 146.84K -3.07%
Highest: 2.480 Lowest: 1.954 Difference: 0.526 Average: 2.138 Change %: -17.96

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Latest Natural Gas Comments

small trader
small trader 11 minutes ago
change the game
Genadijus Giena
Genadijus Giena 7 minutes ago
What you mean?
Bargain Hunter
Bargain Hunter 18 minutes ago
From Bloomberg, Polar Blast Arrives Too Late for U.S. Gas Bulls as Prices Drop..Forecasts for a deep freeze in the eastern U.S. this weekend are too little, too late for bullish natural gas traders. After the cold snap fades, mostly average to above-normal temperatures will dominate in the Northeast and Midwest from Feb. 15 through Feb. 24, according to MDA Weather Services. A government report due Thursday may show the smallest inventory withdrawal since 2012 for the time of year. The shale gas boom is filling storage caverns across the U.S., pushing stockpiles to a seasonal record. As winter heating demand begins to ebb, the supply glut is poised to weigh on prices into the second half of 2016..“The forecasts for cold weather are once again falling apart,” said John Kilduff, a partner at Again Capital LLC in New York. “By the end of March, stockpiles are going to be at least 25 percent above the five-year average.”
Bargain Hunter
Bargain Hunter 16 minutes ago
Gas inventories probably slid by 78 billion cubic feet last week, compared with the five-year average withdrawal of 168 billion for the period, based on the median of eight analyst estimates compiled by Bloomberg. Supplies were 17.9 percent above the norm in the seven days ended Jan. 29.
Khoonkhaar Tiger
Khoonkhaar Tiger 2 minutes ago
Lower circuit done. 136 next 135.8 / 1.990.
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