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2.634 +0.061    +2.37%
15/02 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu
  • Prev. Close: 2.573
  • Open: 2.571
  • Day's Range: 2.543 - 2.635
Natural Gas 2.634 +0.061 +2.37%

Natural Gas Futures Historical Data

 
Get free historical data for Natural Gas Futures. You'll find the closing price, open, high, low, change and %change of the Natural Gas Futures for the selected range of dates. The data can be viewed in daily, weekly or monthly time intervals. At the bottom of the table you'll find the data summary for the selected range of dates.
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01/18/2019 - 02/17/2019
 
Date Price Open High Low Vol. Change %
Feb 15, 2019 2.625 2.572 2.637 2.543 - 2.02%
Feb 14, 2019 2.573 2.591 2.613 2.566 101.56K -0.08%
Feb 13, 2019 2.575 2.665 2.669 2.558 185.48K -4.20%
Feb 12, 2019 2.688 2.647 2.698 2.618 169.23K 1.74%
Feb 11, 2019 2.642 2.650 2.744 2.638 202.42K 2.28%
Feb 08, 2019 2.583 2.573 2.620 2.558 147.88K 1.25%
Feb 07, 2019 2.551 2.682 2.691 2.549 211.79K -4.17%
Feb 06, 2019 2.662 2.685 2.720 2.651 98.33K 0.00%
Feb 05, 2019 2.662 2.666 2.708 2.639 82.25K 0.08%
Feb 04, 2019 2.660 2.705 2.733 2.655 116.49K -2.71%
Feb 01, 2019 2.734 2.832 2.850 2.730 124.50K -2.84%
Jan 31, 2019 2.814 2.868 2.918 2.802 130.11K -1.40%
Jan 30, 2019 2.854 2.909 2.919 2.846 92.04K -3.25%
Jan 29, 2019 2.950 2.925 2.970 2.789 12.98K 1.34%
Jan 28, 2019 2.911 2.926 2.983 2.888 45.80K -8.40%
Jan 25, 2019 3.178 3.160 3.207 3.047 52.02K 2.55%
Jan 24, 2019 3.099 3.025 3.156 2.988 97.94K 3.99%
Jan 23, 2019 2.980 3.058 3.167 2.957 132.84K -1.97%
Jan 22, 2019 3.040 3.327 3.361 3.026 183.14K -8.43%
Jan 21, 2019 3.320 3.322 3.357 3.232 - -0.09%
Jan 20, 2019 3.323 3.319 3.344 3.312 - -4.57%
Jan 18, 2019 3.482 3.436 3.499 3.201 160.24K 2.02%
Jan 17, 2019 3.413 3.412 3.593 3.367 158.11K 0.86%
Highest: 3.593 Lowest: 2.543 Difference: 1.050 Average: 2.883 Change %: -22.429
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Heading down to 2.56
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Before 2.86 will go down 2.56
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John ming
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the macd has crossed over and vlolme is on the buy side just the beginning of a bull run especially with oversold conditions weather and draws me nuthing to the mm,s look at the charts
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Nalim Fr 24 minutes ago
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GFS ultra bullish
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Jamie morin
Jamie morin 31 minutes ago
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Thumbs up or down if your holding the bag long above 2.90
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GAS BULL
GAS BULL 32 minutes ago
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You decide, I made mine.....https://invst.ly/a23r1
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sas trader 37 minutes ago
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i am so sorry longs hdd looks this is opening red but good for you not deep red though
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Grant Oakes
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What in the world are you talking about? The 12Z GFS run was very bullish! About the only thing that prevents this from gapping up at the opening and starting a bull trend is a very bearish 18Z GFS run.
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According to my Farmers Almanac....
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Stanislaw Jazwinski
Stanislaw Jazwinski 1 hour ago
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why she costed 4.50 in December?
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Grant Oakes
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Very low storage going into the winter draw season. In November the storage was WAY below the 5 year minimum.
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Stanislaw Jazwinski
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 and now storage is very high
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Don Denmark
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it way way below the 5 yr average. iys still below the 5 yr average but manageable
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Grant Oakes
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https://www.tradingview.com/x/eG3dv52M/  I'm currently in cash as there is not a clear, compelling, obvious direction to gas at the moment. Arguments can be made for either direction. In a nutshell, flip a coin! I'm going to wait until the setup is looking like a 70% chance of a certain movement.
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Friendly Goat  I couldn't speak to that as I don't hedge. I wait until the direction is very clear and go in with both feet with a stop loss in the event I'm in a bad trade. Most of the time my positions are right on.
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Grant, how about a rise based on seasonal chart? http://www.equityclock.com/charts/natural-gas-futures-ng-seasonal-chart/
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Don Denmark
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good call grant. I'm largely in car myself. at this price thistime of year it's a ****shoot.
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Most likely a gap down tonight. US holidays are usually really red. Low volume, but still red.
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Massimo Guidotti
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??????????????????
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Lol
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How many people think it'll go up and how much. Also why?
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Jackalone Dondonna lol thanks for the help man
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Wow my phones auto correct destroyed that post....But yeah the market is focused on year over year supply increase out stripping the added exports...We have seen weak demand vs similar HdD year over year thus far and that is expected to get weaker in next year's draws....
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Because it will, and thats it ;-)
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weak economic indicators, Hello recession, welcome 2.50!
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Massimo Guidotti
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are you short?
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Super Human
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Massimo Guidotti I'm long. I need it to go to at least 2.75 to get profits
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lol one more polar vertex then ngas will fall heavily as this is already priced in
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Jamie morin
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You know it was climate change activists that come up with the name polar vortex.. It used to be called an Alberta clipper because the trough line passes through Alberta Canada dipping south south south east ...
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ie if the current trend in updates continue eventually the Eastern seaboard not just the upper North East will be hit and that spells trouble for short interest as it then becomes a very very problematic issue and not a small one
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ie the renewed return of the Polar Vortex risks could be a game changer on the upward price target short term IMHO
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stephen chu
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the polar vortex risks are back in play with the last Euro  long term '...selling nat gas is gambling with odds against you at this point
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I am all for using the COT report but guys, check the date on it. I agree some push back in the 2.5s.
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2.50’s have failed multiple times in the last two weeks. This, the downside is limited. However, from a speculative perspective, the upward movement could go as high as 2.80-2.90-3.0 based on current storage levels and weather. I’d bet my money on a gap up...
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So bears are hoping for a .03 gap down and bulls gap could be .03-.30?
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Massimo Guidotti
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bears have no hopes
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There’s some good stuff going on in NG: Daily MACD has turned positive; RSI has bullish non-confirmation; WAHA has narrowed the gap with HH to only 56 CENTS. A week ago it was nearly $2.50 below HH. Also, Friday’s delayed COT showed MMs buying again despite too many bulls, it looks like NG is going to run some buy stops. Commercials are HEAVY shorts.
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Massimo Guidotti
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is set to go up 1 target 2.9
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NG is a buy  the bottom was in up from here
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j.d. r. 4 hours ago
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Now come the guesses on the gap today...
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Iggy Azalea 5 hours ago
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Tomorrow is a holiday and NYMEX will be open for half the day. This will be a good time for some MM or for Goldman Sachs to manipulate the price on low volume.
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Jorgen Andersen
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I think you are right, and probably upwards, because MM is - like the rest of us - in this game for profit, and to that end there is probably limited downside possibility, whereas MM  also saw the development Friday, that might have found the bottom for this time, but let´s see ...
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war starts :india vs Pak.https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/india-vs-pakistan-who-wins-war-and-how-many-millions-could-die-44827
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Massimo Guidotti
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the war india pakistan and gas which is the connection
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Marthinus De Beer
Marthinus De Beer 5 hours ago
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India and Pakistan is always at war with each other for years over a border line with few villages in the mix, nothing new.
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they killed 50 soldiers by sucicde bomber so india giving direct attack.. and war makes oil prices go high and ngas is inverse to oil price
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