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Sell The News: Natural Gas Prices Tumble In The Aftermath Of Bullish, But One-Off, EIA Storage Report & Continued Mild Temperature Outlook; Money Manager Outflows Continue From Natural Gas; Gas Demand To Rise Slightly Today On Chilly South & New England, But Another Bearish Daily Build Expected

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Monday, October 18, 2021
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After nearly reclaiming the $6.00/MMBTU level in the minutes immediately following Thursday’s much smaller-than-expected EIA natural gas storage injection, natural gas prices steadily, and somewhat surprisingly, sold off for the remainder of the week. This included Friday when prices tumbled 28 cents to close at $5.41/MMBTU. This was a 9.2% drop from Thursday morning’s highs and, at the last second, pushed the commodity to a 2.7% weekly loss, its second straight. Despite a surprisingly strong EIA storage report and the slight cooldown in the near-term temperature outlook, investors took the opportunity to “sell-the-news.” This pullback looks to continue into the new week with prices dropping more than 3% in Sunday evening electronic trading to under $5.25/MMBTU. Why the selling pressure after an otherwise bullish week for the commodity? First off, the surprisingly tight EIA storage report was due largely to remarkably weak wind generation—and is therefore likely to be a one-off event....

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Last 3 Daily Commentaries:

Wednesday, October 13, 2021
Natural Gas Rallies On Dip Buying & Recovering LNG Exports Despite Bearish Near-Term Temperature Outlook & Large Fundamental Overvaluation; WTI Oil Holds Above $80/Barrel While EIA Status Report Is Delayed A Day By Holiday; Gas Demand To Rise Slightly Today As Powerful Western Storm Brings Snow & Cold To The Rockies & Unseasonable Warmth Out Ahead Of It

Tuesday, October 12, 2021
Natural Gas Whipsaws Before Settling Lower On Bearish Temperature Outlook & Lower European Prices; Gas Demand To Rise Slightly Today As First Winter Storm Of The Season Gears Up Across The Rockies, But Another Bearish Injection Is Still Likely

Monday, October 11, 2021
Natural Gas Snaps 6-Week Winning Streak, But Could Rebound To Start The Week As Near-Term Models Finally Hint At Cooler Late-October Temperatures; That Said, Natural Gas Remains Steeply Overvalued & The Coming Pullback Will Be Steep & Swift—Just Don’t Try To Time It; Gas Demand To Inch Slightly Lower Today On Balmy Midwest & Great Lakes Even As Season’s First Winter Storm Gears Up

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