Natural Gas Futures - Oct 15 (NGV5)

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Type: Commodity
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Unit: 1 Mmbtu

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  • Day's Range: 2.633 - 2.651
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Dan Flynn
Corn Lower, Ethanol Contract Expiring
By Dan Flynn - Sep 02, 2015

The markets are attempting to find a bottom after a start of a tumultuous week following the crazy events in July and aftershocks in August. Asian stocks were mostly higher and the Footsie is playing ...

Yale Bock
U.S. Domestic Economy Continues To Pick Up
By Yale Bock - Sep 02, 2015

In August, the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 6.60%, the S&P 500 fell 6.29%, and the NASDAQ dropped 6.86%. As fall rapidly approaches, the data dependent Federal Open Market Committee has much ...
Now Is The Time To Pick Up Positions In Natural Gas
By - Sep 02, 2015

As the price of natural gas continues to hover around its lows for the year, it looks like the economic principles of supply and demand are starting to take effect in the market. The U.S. EIA recently...

Hale Stewart
Canada Enters Technical Recession
By Hale Stewart - Sep 01, 2015

Canadian GDP contracted in the first half of 2015, complying with the technical definition of a recession. In a January 13 speech, Deputy Governor Timothy Lane acknowledged this possibility. The ...

Dan Flynn
Corn, Ethanol Trade Lower
By Dan Flynn - Sep 01, 2015

It is the same old song since July that many earth shattering events shook the global markets and it just seems to keep whistling down the road. Will the Fed raise interest rates in September? Is ...
Is George Soros Betting On The Long-Term Future of Coal?
By - Sep 01, 2015

Perhaps the greatest nightmare for investors in a commodity stock is that the commodity in question goes the way of coal. After more than a century of dominance in the U.S. and abroad, coal appears to...

Marvin Clark
It Was All Yellow
By Marvin Clark - Sep 01, 2015

DOW – 114 = 16,528S&P 500 – 16 = 1972NAS – 51 = 477610 YR YLD + .02 = 2.20%OIL + 2.80 = 48.02GOLD + .60 = 1135.40SILV + .04 = 14.73 Both the Dow and S&P had five days of ...

Matthew Weller
Geopolitical Risks Abound For RUB, TRY
By Matthew Weller - Aug 31, 2015

For most asset classes, the panic-driven moves of last Monday have been erased, with EURUSD completing its 500-pip round trip, US equities actually closing higher last week and yield on the benchmark ...

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Kumar ( India )
Kumar ( India ) 11 minutes ago
Note: Long / Short doesn't matter but this month support is crucial $ 2.638 if it not brake before Inventory then it may be still support then who long side then keep S/L below it but who feel short is good for Inventory day then 2marrow Inventory day if it open below 2.638 then my plan shorter keep S/L very little loss at 2.659 longer S/L may work at purely my opinion pl follow as your wish with further proper feed backs n self study.........GLTA.
MH MH 1 hour ago
Yesterday, while we are falling, i didn't read any of the usual bearish talk because every body anticipated a rebound, which was a signal that this slide would stick, now the bearish talk is resuming, which is very encouraging that a rebound is near.. When a rally takes place, it won't be about weather or injection, but it's about securing a good spot in the coming fall rally, there is a lot of excitement about the future of LNG, and don't think people will roll the dice on trying to catch the low many of them will be content with current levels, if you think will fall after the report , i think totally different, after reacting on the injection numbers , i am expecting to rally back up to 2.70. 1
jim wan
jim wan 1 hour ago
Credit Suisse AG announced today that it will implement a 1-for-10 reverse split of its VelocityShares™ 3x Long Crude Oil ETN ("UWTI") and a 1-for-5 reverse split of its VelocityShares™ 3x Long Natural Gas ETN ("UGAZ"), each expected to be effective as of September 10, 2015.
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