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Natural Gas Futures - May 15 (NGK5)

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2.641 -0.043    (-1.62%)
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Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 2.684
  • Open: 2.683
  • Day's Range: 2.625 - 2.692
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Time Frame:
03/20/2015 - 04/19/2015
 
Date Last Open High Low Vol. Change %
Apr 17, 2015 2.634 2.682 2.693 2.625 - -1.86%
Apr 16, 2015 2.684 2.598 2.690 2.545 186.38K 2.84%
Apr 15, 2015 2.610 2.526 2.625 2.491 136.77K 3.16%
Apr 14, 2015 2.530 2.507 2.552 2.502 145.59K 0.76%
Apr 13, 2015 2.511 2.487 2.543 2.475 150.88K 0.00%
Apr 10, 2015 2.511 2.539 2.551 2.504 120.05K -0.67%
Apr 09, 2015 2.528 2.624 2.646 2.522 171.40K -3.47%
Apr 08, 2015 2.619 2.666 2.669 2.611 131.93K -2.28%
Apr 07, 2015 2.680 2.655 2.709 2.647 105.70K 1.13%
Apr 06, 2015 2.650 2.681 2.698 2.633 70.63K -2.32%
Apr 02, 2015 2.713 2.601 2.719 2.591 138.65K 4.15%
Apr 01, 2015 2.605 2.637 2.670 2.583 99.02K -1.33%
Mar 31, 2015 2.640 2.640 2.686 2.622 76.71K -0.15%
Mar 30, 2015 2.644 2.624 2.673 2.608 77.70K 0.19%
Mar 27, 2015 2.639 2.686 2.697 2.616 101.42K -1.82%
Mar 26, 2015 2.688 2.749 2.775 2.667 126.23K -1.90%
Mar 25, 2015 2.740 2.806 2.813 2.732 86.44K -2.49%
Mar 24, 2015 2.810 2.774 2.833 2.760 84.66K 1.81%
Mar 23, 2015 2.760 2.738 2.782 2.717 99.85K -1.53%
Mar 20, 2015 2.803 2.846 2.933 2.784 91.07K -0.92%
Mar 19, 2015 2.829 2.920 2.946 2.798 101.92K -3.64%
Highest: 2.946 Lowest: 2.475 Difference: 0.471 Average: 2.658 Change %: -10.36

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mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien Apr 19, 2015 05:39AM GMT
On thursday i commented that the way NG rallied over 2% in 5 minutes reminds me with crude rally in march 5th trading march contract in 5 minutes it moved from 50.80 to a top of 52.36 and close 51.69, where 51 was solid resistance back than, the following day dropped less than 2% than continued to double bottom on march 17th. based on the crude pattern, monday we should close in the same range around . 2.64 to 2.65 than tuesday is crucial, because back than crude dropped 3%, bottom line, although this was a pretty good rally counting the extreme bearishness in NG, but have to make sure this is not a similar rally as we saw in crude March 6th.

Kumar ( India )
Kumar ( India ) Apr 19, 2015 04:06AM GMT
After reading above 10 years Graph seems that since January, 2015 last 4 months NG very less volatile between $ 2.50 n 3.15. All of you see once 10 years Graph then lot of traders scare to trade NG. In 10 years NG as low as $ 1.85 in 2012 as high as $ 15.75 in 2005 Dec. Whatever bottom may be either 2.47 or further low but heavy quantity shorts at this level not so good though intraday square off is must. Good Luck.

Buggs Bunny
Buggs Bunny Apr 19, 2015 02:38AM GMT
World has just had the hottest March since 1880 - and climate change could make this year the warmest on record, warn scientists. . http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3043852/The-globes-record-heat-keeps-broiling-year.html
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