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Natural Gas IntelligenceNatGas Cash Broadly Lower, But Futures Respond to Bullish Storage Data; February Adds 7 CentsNatural Gas Intelligence"Over the past 24 hours, the models have weakened next week's big warmth, and that is driving the majority of the small demand gains this morning," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in a Thursday morning report to clients ...and more »
Traders Brace For Storage Data Volatility; February Called A Penny LowerNatural Gas Intelligence"Over the past 24 hours, the models have weakened next week's big warmth, and that is driving the majority of the small demand gains this morning," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in a Thursday morning report to clients ...
AM markets: Thai floods lift rubber futures. Palm oil up tooAgrimoney.comThe tyre ingredient chose a day when Chicago and New York ag markets are closed, for a US holiday, to stage a rally which saw Tokyo futures top 300 yen a kilogramme for the first time in nearly four years, on a benchmark contract basis. The June lot ...and more »
Market RealistWill Cold Weather Push Natural Gas Prices Higher?Market RealistNatural gas (FCG) (BOIL) (UNG) (GASL) futures for February delivery rose 0.1% and were trading at $3.4 per MMBtu (million British thermal units) in electronic trading at 3:40 AM EST as of January 13, 2017. Prices rose due to cold weather forecasts. For ...and more »
Natural Gas IntelligenceSupportive Weather Reports, Inventory Data Launch NatGas Cash, Futures; February Adds 16 CentsNatural Gas Intelligence... Arctic air from the former pattern scrape the Plains (maybe northern Texas), the Midwest, and then the East Coast this weekend for some briefly colder risks," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in a Thursday morning report to ...Will Cold Weather Push Natural Gas Prices Higher?Market Realistall 65 news articles »
Weather Models Change Again; February Called 11 Cents HigherNatural Gas Intelligence... Arctic air from the former pattern scrape the Plains (maybe northern Texas), the Midwest, and then the East Coast this weekend for some briefly colder risks," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in a Thursday morning report to ...
Financial TimesArgentina's soyabean plantings hit by downpoursFinancial TimesHowever, weather forecasters said a shower system would hang over the soyabean region for the next few weeks. “It looks like there's an active shower pattern at this point,” said David Streit at the Commodity Weather Group. The Rosario Board of Trade ...and more »
GRAINS-CBOT soy rises; wheat, corn weak as traders prepare for USDA reportDaily Mail"Plains wheat to see showers across dry area this weekend," forecaster Commodity Weather Group said in a note to clients. "Despite colder than normal conditions next 10 days, winterkill threats in Europe/FSU wheat minimal." But expectations that the ...and more »
Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)Soybeans rise on S. American crop questions; wheatBusiness Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)"Plains wheat to see showers across dry area this weekend," forecaster Commodity Weather Group said in a note to clients. "Despite colder than normal conditions next 10 days, winterkill threats in Europe/FSU wheat minimal." But expectations that the ...and more »
Near-Term, Longer-Term Weather Forecasts Moderate; Natgas Cash PlummetsNatural Gas Intelligence... days nationally over the forecast period [next two weeks], which was enough to wipe away the slight demand gain estimates from yesterday morning and then pile on more significant losses," said Commodity Weather Group in its Monday morning outlook.
Market RealistHow Do Inventories and Weather Impact the Natural Gas Market?Market RealistNatural gas (FCG) (BOIL) (UNG) (GASL) futures for February delivery fell 1.4% and were trading at $3.24 per MMBtu (million British thermal units) in electronic trading at 4:00 AM EST as of January 7, 2017. Prices fell due to warmer-than-average weather ...and more »
Additional Cold Proving Elusive; February Called 9 Cents LowerNatural Gas Intelligence... days nationally over the forecast period [next two weeks], which was enough to wipe away the slight demand gain estimates from yesterday morning and then pile on more significant losses," said Commodity Weather Group in its Monday morning outlook.
Agriculture.com1. Soybeans Lower in Overnight Trading Amid Prospects For Large South American CropAgriculture.comSoybeans fell in overnight trading Thursday as more rain falls in parts of South America, boosting prospects for large crops in Argentina and Brazil. Grains were little changed. Rain is likely to continue falling in parts of Argentina in the next six ...and more »
NatGas Cash, Futures Part Company; February Sheds Another 6 CentsNatural Gas Intelligence"After the weekend's major changes, the models appear to be settling for now on this new narrative," said Commodity Weather Group President Matt Rogers in a Tuesday morning report to clients. "The short-lived colder period in the front half of the ...and more »
Financial TimesUS natural gas market feels the heat from mild weather outlookFinancial TimesA weak La Niña winter can result in big, quick temperature changes, said Matt Rogers of Commodity Weather Group, a forecaster. “We tend to see a lot more back-and-forth variability. It's much more difficult to forecast week to week,” he said. This ...Will US Weather Influence Natural Gas Prices in 2017?Market RealistWarm January Outlook Sends Natural Gas ETFs ReelingETF Trendsall 37 news articles »
Weather Models Change Little, Yet February Seen 3 Cents LowerNatural Gas Intelligence"After the weekend's major changes, the models appear to be settling for now on this new narrative," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group, in a morning report to clients. "The short-lived colder period in the front half of the ...and more »
Wild Winter Burns Traders Betting on Models That Can't Keep UpBloombergThere has been talk for some time that inconsistent, volatile and downright confusing weather patterns would loom over the U.S. this winter. Traders in the natural-gas market can now attest to that. After they drove future contracts to a two-year high ...and more »
Natural Gas Falls on Warmer Weather ForecastWall Street Journal“We continue to watch the complete collapse of this briefly colder pattern starting as early as early next week,” forecasters at Commodity Weather Group LLC wrote Tuesday. Still, with the amount of natural gas in storage now at below-average levels ...and more »
Claims JournalNew Year Brings Frigid WeatherClaims JournalA deep freeze is about to descend on North America, Europe and Asia thanks to record high temperatures across the Arctic. How's that? “Think of it like a seesaw,” said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. If ...
Claims JournalNew Year Brings Frigid WeatherClaims JournalA deep freeze is about to descend on North America, Europe and Asia thanks to record high temperatures across the Arctic. How's that? “Think of it like a seesaw,” said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. If ...and more »

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