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Monday:   The new trading week will be weighing a plethora of important factors that could impact prices, highlighted by tropical system Barry that’s resulted in decreased production over the Gulf of Mexico and inland but with losses in demand through cooler conditions and LNG exports. But are the impacts and duration of impacts what the nat gas markets were expecting? Also of consideration, weather trends were hotter for the middle of this week through early next week as the strongest heat so far this year arrives.  Although this will be countered by the weather data still favoring cooling across the Great Lakes and East July 24-28th and where the data is likely to be viewed as not quite hot enough.  Plenty of things that could impact early week trade. 


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