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Market MovementCool temperatures boost gas pricesNow energy prices are being whipsawed by the weather.Unseasonably warm weather had taken the wind out of the sails of high gas prices earlier this month, but that trend was abruptly reversed in the past week or so.Early in the month, temperatures rose across the US to higher than normal levels. With the heating season getting off to a relatively weak start and the onset of some nuclear power capacity coming back on line in late October, spot prices fell about 50-70¢ below October's levels (see chart). A spurt of cold weather in early November pushed gas prices back up to the mid-$5s again. Click here to enlarge imageThat was followed ...

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