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Monday:   It should be another exceptionally volatile week in the nat gas markets. It was quite curious why nat gas prices were so strong Friday when considering weather patterns were still solidly bearish overall for the coming 15-days besides Dec 5-8.  In addition, Dutch TTF prices were sharply lower Friday by 6%, trading opposite spiking US prices.  But now that the weekend weather data gave back demand for Dec 5-8, held an exceptionally bearish pattern this week and again Dec 9-15, along with production increasing today to highs of the year, this has resulted in sharply lower prices. 


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