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Increased Supply Combined With Decreased Demand Send Natural Gas Prices Another Leg Lower
A "perfect storm" of factors led to almost a 2.5% decline in May natural gas prices today.
Bullish EIA Miss Not Enough To Outweigh Weak Supply/Demand Balances
It was a down day in the natural gas world today, with prices in the May contract falling nearly three-and-a-half cents on the day.
Natural Gas Prices Range-Bound Ahead Of Tomorrow's EIA Release
Today proved to be a very slow day in the world of natural gas, with the May contract finishing down just seven ticks on the day, with a daily trading range under 4 cents.
Natural Gas Prices Pressured By Warm Weather And Weak Supply/Demand Balances
May natural gas prices closed today's trading session down about 5 cents on the day, arriving there by way of a general slow decline throughout the day.
April Gas Expires Lower Despite Pre-Expiry Bounce
The April natural gas contract sold off hard through the morning, and though it attempted to bounce into the expiry still wound up expiring lower by about a percent on the day.
Warm Mid-April Pressures Gas Futures Lower
It was another down day along the natural gas futures curve, with the April contract settling down around half a percent and the rest of the curve seeing more pronounced losses.
Natural Gas Shakes Off Production Increase
The April natural gas contract shook off long-range warm trends and an increase in estimated production over the weekend that led prices to gap down last evening, as the contract eventually settled up two ticks from Friday.
Natural Gas Flat Following In-Line EIA Storage Number
It was a rather slow day in the natural gas market, with the April contract settling just a tick higher in a 4.3-cent range.
Weaker Balances And Warmer Weather Models Lower Natural Gas Prices
April natural gas prices ended the day down about five cents. The market came under pressure first on weak fundamentals data.
Cold End Of March Keeps Gas Afloat
It was a mixed day for natural gas futures, as colder weather forecasts helped the April gas contract settle a bit less than a percent higher on the day despite looser fundamental data.
April Gas Trends Lower On Milder End Of March And Loosening Supply/Demand Balances
The April natural gas contract settled down over 2% today as weather forecasts trended unimpressive through the day with balances doing little to support prices.
Depleting Salt Storage And Firm Cash Keep April Gas Bid
The April natural gas contract rallied a bit over a percent today despite an EIA number that was not quite as bullish as the market consensus.
Shoulder Season Doldrums Keep April Gas Flat
The shoulder season doldrums appear to have arrived for natural gas traders, with the April gas contract losing just a tick on the day as weather models warmed but low storage fears keep the summer curve bid.
Low Storage Concerns Push Gas Prices Higher
April natural gas prices ended the day up almost 1% after bouncing around in the early part of the session. Concerns over low storage levels combined with a colder than normal weather forecast were the culprit for the move up.
Weaker Cash And Briefly Warmer Models Let April Gas Retrace
The April natural contract settled down around a percent and a half as overnight weather models moderated slightly and Henry Hub day-ahead cash prices plunged below $3.
Storage Levels Creeping Lower Keeps Gas Firm
Attention today turned to low storage levels, as a growing storage deficit to last year kept a bid in April natural gas prices, allowing the contract to settle up nearly 3 cents on the day.
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