January 07, 2013 at 15:00 PM EST
Natural Gas Slumps Into 2013
It is no secret that natural gas has been on the losing end of markets the past few years, as it has been one of the worst-performing assets since the recession began. Many had hoped that the cooldown in the United States at the end of December would drum up demand and lower stockpiles, but that doesn’t appear to be the case. The weather report for the month of January now shows warmer-than-average temperatures, meaning less demand for this fossil fuel and downward pressure on prices [for more natural gas news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: Winter Chill Returns, UNG Poised To Pop? The 5 Worst Commodities of 2012 The Best Commodity Trades Of All Time Bloomberg’s Most Influential People in Finance – Who’s Connected to Commodities Natural Gas Continues Its Slide
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