20.18 +0.08 (0.40%)
After hours: 6:04PM EDT
|Bid||20.15 x 1000|
|Ask||20.19 x 1000|
|Day's Range||19.53 - 21.74|
|52 Week Range||17.14 - 42.92|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.00%|
Last week’s “Behind the Markets” podcast focused on opportunities and risks in the U.S. energy infrastructure space, with two great guests: Simon Lack of SL Advisors and Bill Stone, Chief Investment Officer at Stone Investment Partners. In this ...
Natural gas futures and related exchange traded funds plunged Wednesday as forecasts show milder-than-expected weather ahead. The United States Natural Gas Fund (NYSEArca: UNG) fell 6.3% Wednesday, breaking ...
According to PointLogic, US dry natural gas production fell 3.7% to 74 Bcf (billion cubic feet) per day between December 28, 2017, and January 3, 2018.
A Reuters poll estimates that US natural gas inventories could have fallen by 332 Bcf (billion cubic feet) between December 29, 2017, and January 5, 2018.
For the week starting January 1, 2018, crude oil prices have risen ~2%, from last week’s close of $60.42 per barrel to $61.63 per barrel on January 3, 2018.
Southwestern Energy’s (SWN) stock price rose ~4.9% for the week ending December 29. Even natural gas (UGAZ) (DGAZ) (UNG) prices moved to the upside.
Baker Hughes released its US natural gas rig count report on December 29, 2017. Natural gas rigs fell by two or 1.1% to 182 on December 22–29, 2017.
A larger-than-expected withdrawal in US natural gas inventories compared to historical averages would help natural gas prices this week.
According to PointLogic, US dry natural gas production rose 0.9% to 76.8 Bcf (billion cubic feet) per day on December 14–20, 2017.
This week, unleaded gasoline (UGA) prices are leading the rise in energy commodities. Gasoline prices rose very strongly from last week’s close of $1.655 per gallon on December 15 to $1.745 per gallon ...
US natural gas (GASL) futures contracts for January delivery were below their 20-day, 50-day, and 100-day moving averages on December 14, 2017.
US natural gas inventories fell by 69 Bcf (billion cubic feet) or 1.8% to 3,626 Bcf on December 1–8, 2017, according to the EIA.
Baker Hughes will publish its US natural gas rig count report on December 8, 2017. Gas rigs rose by four to 180 on November 22–December 1, 2017.
The EIA estimated that US natural gas inventories rose by 2 Bcf (billion cubic feet) to 3,695 Bcf on November 24–December 1, 2017.