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Monday-Tuesday:   Nat gas prices opened more than 10¢ higher after the weekend break, aided by colder trends in the GFS weather model and with the EC gaining demand back Sunday after losing demand Saturday.  Since then, prices have eased off highs, potentially due to the GFS losing the 6 HDDs it gained over the weekend break.  The EC gained a minor 1 HDD since last Friday’s close, but more importantly, the EC is still quite cold Jan 20-27 and has been a little colder trending Jan 28-31 in recent runs by seeing frosty air linger across the northern and eastern US longer, as we mentioned was the greatest risk ahead of the weekend.  This makes each new weather model run important going forward since any cooler trends in the EC for Jan 27-Feb 5 and the pattern will become increasingly bullish, while if the EC were to reverse warmer, it could quickly disappoint.

 

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