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Breaking News from NGI's Daily Gas Price Index posted Feb 8, 10:03 AM
The onshore continues to attract multi-nationals, foreign buyers and private equity firms, according to analysis by PwC US
Die Bären werden das Spiel so lange betreiben BIS es zu heiß wird.
Ich sage nur: 7-fache Kosten im Vergleich zu WTI.......
Stattdessen stirbt es bei 2,50 USD vor sich hin.
Short-Attacken ohne Ende. Fraglich noch wie lange...?
Es wird nicht mehr lange dauern, dann werden bei Preisen > 3 USD die Meinungen umschwenken, die Wirtschaft in USA läuft und alle werden dann der Meinung sein wie billig NG ist.....- wie lange das "nicht mehr lange" dauert ist fragil...aber die Zeichen mehren sich wohl ......
Generell: danke für die ausführlichen Informationen.
Wann kommen die Lagerdaten heute ?
Feb 09, 2012
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DJ US NATURAL GAS INVENTORY SURVEY: 87-Bcf Draw Seen
Published: Feb 08, 2012
By Jerry A. DiColo
Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES
Analysts and traders expect government data scheduled for release Thursday to show a smaller-than-average decline in natural gas inventories as mild temperatures and increasing U.S. production keep stocks elevated.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration is expected to report that 87 billion cubic feet of gas were drawn from storage during the week ended Feb. 3, according to the average prediction of 15 analysts and traders in a Dow Jones Newswires survey.
The EIA is scheduled to release its storage data Thursday at 10:30 a.m. EST.
The survey's median result was 87 billion cubic feet, with a high estimate of a 105-bcf draw and a low of a 75-bcf draw. The storage decline falls well short of last year's 206-bcf decrease in storage for the same week and the 191-bcf five-year average draw for that week.
If the storage estimate is correct, inventories as of Feb. 3 will total 2.878 trillion cubic feet, about 32% above the five-year average for the same week.
Warmer-than-normal temperatures have kept draws below average throughout the winter, and with the coldest period of the year soon ending, analysts see a shrinking opportunity for a large decline in inventories.
-By Jerry A. DiColo, Dow Jones Newswires; 212-416-2155; email@example.com
The natural gas markets fell again on Wednesday as traders continue to sell this market. The Northeastern and Midwestern sections of the United States are starting to finally see cold weather, but the weather will have far too late for the bulls in this market.
However, it should be noted that the daily candle is a hammer, and this suggests that there will be a bit more fight in this area as the market decides when to move again. The $2.40 level has held up again, and this looks like a market that is going to attempt a rally. In our opinion, this will only provide a selling opportunity. We look to the $2.80 – $3 range for weakness in which to sell. A daily close sub-$2.40 would also have us selling. With this trend – there is no buying.