|Bid||152.50 x 1000|
|Ask||0.00 x 1100|
|Day's Range||147.44 - 164.73|
|52 Week Range||46.00 - 555.80|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||2.41|
|Expense Ratio (net)||1.65%|
Although markets were strong throughout much of 2018, horrendous performance in December ended up dragging U.S. stocks into the red overall for the year. Indeed, the S&P 500 ultimately lost 4.4% for the year, marking its most significant single-year loss since the financial crisis of 2008.
Natural gas prices ticked 1.64 percent lower to $2.67 on Monday despite demand reaching an all time record of 150 Bcf/d–half of which was for heating thanks to a polar vortex that hit the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic ...
Ahead of Christmas, “Baby It’s Cold Outside” was a common song in the holiday radio rotation, but to natural gas exchange-traded fund (ETF) investors, it’s not cold enough. It was a milder-than-expected ...
Natural gas prices and related ETFs continued to retreat Monday as weather forecasts do not reveal any intense cold heading toward the New year. The United States Natural Gas Fund (NYSEArca: UNG) fell ...
It might be a milder-than-expected winter wonderland after the latest weather forecasts hinted at milder temperatures in late December, causing natural gas exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to decline sharply. ...
U.S. natural gas had a wild ride over the past week as investors were caught off guard by updated weather forecasts as well as reduced stocks. Oil moved in the opposite direction for the better part of the month as glut worries took prices back to October 2017 levels. On the currencies front, the U.S. dollar continues its march against the troubled euro and British pound. Last week has been mostly about the energy sector so leading companies in the field have trended accordingly. Investment grade corporate bonds closed the list as investors reevaluate the risk of placing funds in such assets. Check out our previous Trends edition at Trending: Investors Steer Towards Dividend Yields Amid Market Turmoil.
NEW YORK , Nov. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Credit Suisse AG announced today that it will implement a 1-for-20 reverse split of its VelocityShares™ 3x Inverse Natural Gas ETNs ("DGAZ"), expected ...
Traders bold enough to short natural gas via leveraged exchange traded funds or exchange traded notes are learning some harsh lessons. The slide experienced by DGAZ on Wednesday was the second-worst ever on an intra-day basis for a US-listed exchange traded product. Clearly, being short natural gas has been hazardous to traders' health this month, but there is a better way of making bearish natural gas bets in the ETF space.
After a disappointing bounce attempt on Wednesday, the market is giving it another try Thursday morning. Market players were hopeful that Fed Chairman, Jerome Powell, might say something market friendly in a speech Wednesday night, but he stayed true to course and emphasized how the Fed would remain "data dependent." He shrugged off the recent market volatility as something that the Fed considers, but not something that is going to motivate it to act in the near term. While there was nothing in the Powell comments to goose the market higher this morning, there was nothing overtly hawkish that should hurt it, either.
Natural gas prices spiked Monday after a new long-term North American weather forecast found much higher heating demand than previously expected. The latest forecast from Bespoke Weather Services suggests ...
Since bumping up against support at 2.75 in mid-September, liquified natural gas price have jumped 18 percent, hitting a high above $3.20 for the first time since February. Prompting this is news that the average U.S. natural gas exports over the first six months of 2018 were 0.87 billion cubic feet per day, more than twice that of the 2017 average. Domestic natural gas use, which includes residential and commercial power generation, is also up 16 percent when compared to last year, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.