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Below you can find links to articles in the news that discuss market fundamentals that could potentially affect the price of natural gas on the NYMEX commodities exchange. Before you invest in natural gas futures market you should do your own research.

1. Investing.com, "Natural gas futures extend rally on winter heating demand hopes" February 10, 2015

U.S. natural gas prices rallied for the second consecutive session on Tuesday, as forecasts for more cold over the next two weeks boosted heating demand expectations.

2. Investing.com" Natural gas futures plunge 4% on mild weather outlook" January 19, 2015

U.S. natural gas prices plunged sharply on Monday, as weather forecasts predicted temperatures across the U.S. would not be as cold as previously thought, dampening near-term demand expectations for the heating fuel.

3. Bloomberg.com, "Bulls Fleeing Natural Gas as Goldman Sees Further Decline", July 28, 2014

Speculators are fleeing natural gas after prices dropped below $4 for the first time since December and power plant production fell to a 13-year seasonal low.

4. Bloomberg.com " Natural Gas Rises as Warmer Weather Seen Limiting Supply Gains" June 5, 2014

Natural gas futures climbed to a four-week high in New York on speculation that seasonally hotter U.S. weather will spur power demand, limiting stockpile gains.

5. Bloomberg.com "Natural Gas Futures Fall on Forecasts for Milder U.S. Weather" December 31, 2012

Natural gas fell in New York as the outlook for mild January weather signaled lower demand and reduced the first annual gain in five years.

6. Bloomberg.com "Natural Gas May Set New 2012 High on Weather" November 16, 2012

Natural gas futures may rise next week after reaching a one-year high yesterday as colder weather helps reduce a stockpile surplus of the heating fuel, a Bloomberg survey showed.

7. Bloomberg.com "Oil Products Lead Gains as Cocoa Falls: Commodities at Close" September 20, 2012

Natural-gas futures advanced in New York for the first time in six days after a government report showed a below-average inventory increase. Natural gas for October delivery gained 3.5 cents, or 1.3 percent, to $2.797 per million British thermal units on the Nymex. 

8. Bloomberg.com "Natural Gas Extends Gain After U.S. Cuts Output Estimate" June 12, 2012

Natural gas futures extended gains after the Energy Department cut its estimate of U.S. gas production this year.

9. Bloomberg.com “Canadian Natural Gas Slips on Record U.S. Inventories” April 24, 2012

“It’s as bearish as can be,” said Gordy Elliott, a risk- management specialist with INTL FC Stone LLC in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. “We could see storage full this summer.”

10. Associatied Press, "Natural Gas Prices Jump 7 Pct. on Lower Supplies" February 2, 2012

The EIA report encouraged investors who are betting that gas prices near 10-year lows will force petroleum companies to cut production. Chesapeake Energy, America's second largest natural gas producer, said last month that it would trim production by about 500 million cubic feet per day and ConocoPhillips said it is considering shutting down another 100 million cubic feet per day of production.

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