Naturalgas settled down -1.72% at 171 as market participants looked ahead to fresh weekly information on U.S. gas inventories amid expectations for a modest withdrawal. The U.S. EIA's next storage report slated for release on Thursday is expected to show a withdrawal of approximately 10bcf for the week ending March 20 - See more at: http://ways2capital-mcxtips.blogspot.in/2015/03/natural-gas-trading-range-1665-1765.html#sthash.0aYwqDNp.dpuf
Natural Gas futures ended higher in the domestic and overseas market on Wednesday as investors and speculators booked fresh positions in the energy commodity as traders eyed the weekly EIA storage numbers set for release on Thursday to gauge the strength of demand for the fuel in the world’s biggest fuel consumer, the US
Natural Gas futures surged in the domestic and overseas market on Wednesday as investors and speculators booked fresh positions in the energy commodity as investors eyed the release of the weekly US storage data on Thursday to gauge the strength of the demand for the weather-sensitive fuel in the world’s biggest fuel consumer.
We have seen a positive trend for oilseeds and edible oils on rise in local demand and on firm international cues. In the domestic market, soybean traded on positive note as the government is planning export incentives to help export of soybean meal.
Natural Gas futures plummeted in the domestic and overseas market on Thursday as investors and speculators exited positions in the energy commodity after a record addition in US gas supplies last week signaled weakening demand for the fuel in the world’s biggest fuel consumer. - See more at: http://ways2capital-mcxtips.blogspot.in/2015/04/bearish-storage-data-hits-natural-gas.html#sthash.wx2OqcKB.dpuf