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ETF TrendsNatural Gas ETFs Rally Ahead of Holiday WeekendETF TrendsAround half of U.S. homes utilize natural gas for heat, driving up prices during the winter months when temperatures fall. Commodity Weather Group stated that “models are in great agreement on the big picture colder trend,” but the group warned that ...and more »
ETF TrendsNatural Gas Rallies on Colder Weather ForecastWall Street JournalNatural gas prices rallied Friday amid growing confidence in forecasts of colder weather and light trading ahead of the holiday weekend. Natural gas for January delivery recently rose 12.67 cents, or 3.59%, to $3.665 a million British thermal units on ...Natural Gas ETFs Rally Ahead of Holiday WeekendETF Trendsall 2 news articles »
Market RealistWill the Weather Support Natural Gas Bulls?Market RealistJanuary 2017 natural gas (FCG) (BOIL) (UGAZ) (GASL) futures contracts fell 0.10% and closed at $3.53 per MMBtu (million British thermal units) on December 22, 2016. The day before, on December 21, prices rose 8.6% and closed at $3.54 per MMBtu.and more »
Agriculture.comSoybeans, Corn Slightly Lower in Overnight Trading; Export Sales Down But Still DecentAgriculture.comSoybeans and corn were slightly lower in overnight trading on the last trading day before the Christmas break as more rain is forecast in South American growing areas. About 2 inches of rain are expected in parts of the Argentina growing states of ...Soy, corn weaken on Argentine rains, technicalsBusiness Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)Corn, Soybeans Decline on Argentina RainsNasdaqGRAINS-Soybeans tumble as rains boost South America crop prospectsDaily Mailall 66 news articles »
BloombergMild Sahara Winds to Deepen Cocoa Bear Market; Surplus BackBloombergThe Harmattan, winds from the Sahara desert that brings dry weather and coolness to the largest producing countries from December to February, will probably be weak this year, according to Commodity Weather Group, World Weather Inc. and the Ghana ...and more »
BenzingaNatural Gas Retreats After Big Gain - WSJWall Street JournalNatural gas prices retreated Thursday as traders wait for more weather reports to justify big gains in the prior session.Natural Gas Weak Despite Cold Forecast, Bigger-Than-Expected ...BenzingaNatural Gas Fundamental Forecast – December 22, 2016 ...FX Empireall 5 news articles »
NatGas Cash, Futures Rattled By New Weather Forecasts; January Jumps 28 CentsNatural Gas Intelligence... toward more high-pressure ridging around Alaska that sets the stage for a shift back colder again by about the New Year's weekend with one cold push and then maybe more later in the 11-15 day," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group ...and more »
Natural Gas Rises on Cold Weather, Shrinking StockpilesWall Street Journal... Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning showed a high-pressure ridge over Alaska that could send Arctic cold down through the rest of North America, said Matt Rogers, meteorologist and president at Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Md.
Weather Models Flip Back to Cold; January Called 14 Cents HigherNatural Gas Intelligence... toward more high-pressure ridging around Alaska that sets the stage for a shift back colder again by about the New Year's weekend with one cold push and then maybe more later in the 11-15 day," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group ...
GrainewsGRAINS-Soybeans tumble as rains boost South America crop prospectsDaily MailThe rains are likely to fill in Argentina's driest crop areas, and widespread rains in the next two weeks should aid most Brazil fields, Commodity Weather Group said in a note on Tuesday. Estimates of bigger South American output are more than ...Corn, Soybeans Decline on Argentina RainsNasdaqSoy, corn weaken on Argentine rains, technicalsBusiness Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)all 27 news articles »
Agriculture.comSoybeans Lower Overnight on Rain in Argentina; Mosaic Buys Vale's Fertilizer BusinessAgriculture.comSoybean futures fell in overnight trading as favorable weather in South America boost crop prospects. Rain fell in the central and northwest state of Buenos Aires, far southern Cordoba and southwestern Santa Fe in Argentina, Commodity Weather Group ...and more »
FeedstuffsCorn, Soybeans Decline on Argentina RainsNasdaqPrivate forecaster Commodity Weather Group LLC said rains hit nearly all of Argentina's driest regions over the weekend, with more moisture expected to descend on the heart of the country's corn and soybean-growing regions toward the end of the week.GRAINS-Soy, corn weaker on Argentina rains, profit-takingDaily Mailall 18 news articles »
FUTURE DIRECTIONS Market CommentaryInside Futures+/- The meteorology firm, Commodity Weather Group, said that half of the US Plains wheat belt was cold enough over the weekend to kill some wheat plants. +/- Possible further subzero temperatures in the US Plains and Midwest can cause losses in the ...
Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)Soy, corn weaken on Argentine rains, technicalsBusiness Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)The Commodity Weather Group in a note to clients said rains over the weekend and more precipitation later this week would benefit nearly all of the driest spots in Argentina. The meteorology firm also said that half of the US Plains wheat belt was cold ...Corn, Soybeans Decline on Argentina RainsNasdaqGRAINS-Soybeans tumble as rains boost South America crop ...Daily Mailall 54 news articles »
GRAINS-Soy, corn weaken on Argentine rains, technicalsDaily MailThe Commodity Weather Group in a note to clients said rains over the weekend and more precipitation later this week would benefit nearly all of the driest spots in Argentina. The meteorology firm also said that half of the U.S. Plains wheat belt was ...and more »
CattleNetwork.comCold Spell Seen Threatening Winter Wheat in U.S. Plains, MidwestCattleNetwork.comAlso at risk is up to 10 percent of the soft red winter wheat in the Midwest, said David Streit, a meteorologist with the Commodity Weather Group. Temperatures in the Plains are expected to fall to minus 5 to minus 10 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 20 to ...
Cold spell seen threatening winter wheat in US Plains, MidwestReutersAlso at risk is up to 10 percent of the soft red winter wheat in the Midwest, said David Streit, a meteorologist with the Commodity Weather Group. Temperatures in the Plains are expected to fall to minus 5 to minus 10 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 20 to ...and more »
STLtoday.comCold spell seen threatening winter wheat in Plains, MidwestSTLtoday.comAlso at risk is up to 10 percent of the soft red winter wheat in the Midwest, said David Streit, a meteorologist with the Commodity Weather Group. Temperatures in the Plains are expected to fall to minus 5 to minus 10 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 20 to ...and more »
Approaching storm will be wet, then coldThe JournalThe weather is “a mess,” said Matt Rogers, of the Commodity Weather Group in Maryland, told USA Today. “We will be dealing with these swings a lot this winter.” The (Cortez) Journal contributed to this article. Read the next article in Local News ».and more »
Approaching storm will be wet, then coldThe JournalThe weather is “a mess,” said Matt Rogers, of the Commodity Weather Group in Maryland, told USA Today. “We will be dealing with these swings a lot this winter.” The (Cortez) Journal contributed to this article. Read the next article in Local News ...

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