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Natural Gas Futures - Oct 14 (NGV4)

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3.896 -0.015    (-0.37%)
9:44:07 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 3.910
  • Open: 3.912
  • Day's Range: 3.892 - 3.916
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Kurt Cobb
Are We Headed for 'Limits To Growth'?
By Kurt Cobb - Sep 15, 2014

Probably the most important thing you need to know about the 1972 book entitled Limits to Growth is that it makes no predictions. Rather, the much maligned study provides scenarios for thinking about ...

Karim Rahemtulla
China’s Next Energy Boom
By Karim Rahemtulla - Sep 12, 2014

China has a massive problem… In an effort to reduce pollution, the country is slowing its Crude Oil consumption and switching to Natural Gasinstead. But if the current trend holds, China will be ...

Gold, Silver Dumped As USD Flexes  
By Dailyfx  - Sep 12, 2014

Talking Points Gold and Silver Extend Declines As Broad-Based USD Strength Continues Crude Oil Recovery Questionable Despite Russia Sanction Threats Natural Gas Slammed As Storage Data Amplifies ...

Tim Knight
Oil And Gas: At Important Support
By Tim Knight - Sep 10, 2014 2

Oil and gas companies have been taking it on the chin recently -- largely, I suppose, due to crude oil’s plunging price. Look Out Below We’re at an important support level, now, represented by a ...

Gary Hunt
The Big Shift In US Oil Markets
By Gary Hunt - Sep 07, 2014

The shale revolution at work today across the oil and gas industry was made possible by scrappy entrepreneurs risking their own capital and futures to pursue opportunities from onshore exploration and...

Andrew MacKillop
Overpriced Oil: The Fundamental Facts
By Andrew MacKillop - Sep 04, 2014

Andy Hall Takes a Bet Sometimes dubbed the Billionaire Bettor who always gets things right, Andy Hall has come out swinging. Bloomberg, September 3, reports Hall as saying US shale oil (and even shale...

Jason Sen
Nat Gas Stages Short Term Recovery
By Jason Sen - Sep 04, 2014

Natural Gas did stage a short term recovery to 3910/15 as hoped and topped exactly here. The break below 3850 then signaled more selling pressure and we hit our target of 3830/25 to bottomed exactly ...

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Old School
Old School Sep 19, 2014 03:31AM GMT
Southern US experiencing 90s . Northern US having below normal tempreture . This weather pattern will bring light heating demand at the same times, such as early next week, and also some cooling demand to the southern half of the US. This week MG line interruption issue too. Being said that all will have inventory numbers due next week for the current week. You are the judge to decide which way you like to go.
Old School
Old School Sep 19, 2014 03:36AM GMT
Looked at my English/winglish ........lol. ". I mean all these can influence the NG next week"
Diana Er
Diana Er Sep 19, 2014 08:52AM GMT
Nop Sir. Nothing of that will influence NG price next week. Nobody buy/sell NG depending on next weeks weather forecast or todays temperature outside.
Adv NG
Adv NG Sep 19, 2014 09:33AM GMT
Diana - I agree with you, next week NG Oct contract expire, which way do you think MM will drive NG? down or up?
Gary Palys
Gary Palys Sep 19, 2014 09:37AM GMT
Been in the 40's in the morning here in New Hampshire all week... 43° right now!

Yogesh Kashyap
Yogesh Kashyap Sep 19, 2014 02:50AM GMT
What is the factors for NG movement ?.

Yogesh Kashyap
Yogesh Kashyap Sep 19, 2014 02:49AM GMT
May you please help me how i can cover NG from here , I am on long from 4.01
Old School
Old School Sep 19, 2014 03:14AM GMT
Wait. Next week it might go above 4.05
Old School
Old School Sep 19, 2014 03:15AM GMT
All depends if you have enough funds to take care of margin call.
Yogesh Kashyap
Yogesh Kashyap Sep 19, 2014 03:59AM GMT
Thanks for reply , I will carry no issue
Jack Daniel
Jack Daniel Sep 19, 2014 04:16AM GMT
Get putts options ,and hold that,will come back
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