Hard Assets Investor - Seeking Alpha - Fri Mar 06, 12:48AM CST
By Sumit Roy Natural gas inventories fell by 228 bcf last week, below expectations. Natural gas was last trading up 3 percent to $2.85/mmbtu after the Energy Information Administration reported that operators withdrew 228 billion cubic feet from... (full story)
Colin Archuleta - Spartan Forecasts - Fri Mar 06, 12:34AM CST
Since the WTI Crude ($CLJ5 ) bottomed out on Feb. 26 th at a price of $47.80 we have seen a pretty good run up to the $52.40 price level being hit today only to give in to a push back to down below our Critical Key Price Level of $51.38 later in the day going into and... (full story)
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