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  1. MARKET WATCH: Declining storage boosts natural gas prices

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    Fri, 15 Mar 2013

  2. MARKET WATCH: Crude, gas prices climb higher

    Crude prices continued climbing July 18 with the front-month contract up 1.5% in the New York futures market following a sharp drop in US inventory. Natural gas bounced back 5% as heat waves in the US Northeast and Midwest reduced supply storage.

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    Fri, 19 Jul 2013

  3. MARKET WATCH: Energy prices decline; WTI-Brent spread widens

    Weak economic data, including disappointing housing sales, weighed down crude oil prices July 22 with front-month crude declining 1.1% in the New York market. Forecasts of cooler weather, meanwhile, dropped the front-month natural gas contract 3%.

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    Tue, 23 Jul 2013

  4. MARKET WATCH: Crude oil prices increase, challenge $100/bbl in NY market

    Crude oil prices increased Nov. 11 with the front-month contract temporarily hitting $99.20/bbl in intraday trading in New York on expectations of economic improvements within the Euro-zone.

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    Mon, 14 Nov 2011

  5. MARKET WATCH: Energy prices fall in mixed market

    Energy prices fell Feb. 10 on a combination of profit-taking from the previous rally and market concerns as negotiations of Greek austerity measures again stalled.

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    Mon, 13 Feb 2012

  6. MARKET WATCH: Energy prices retreat before world economy woes

    Energy prices declined across the board June 7 with the front-month crude contract dropping fractionally to just under $85/bbl in the New York futures market while natural gas fell 6% following a bearish government report on US inventory.

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    Fri, 8 Jun 2012

  7. MARKET WATCH: Sandy heads for East Coast, disrupting oil supply, demand, and prices

    Oil prices continued to advance modestly and natural gas prices continued to slip Oct. 26, but markets are now focused on Hurricane Sandy that was already knocking out power and flooding some East Coast and Northwest areas early Oct. 29.

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    Mon, 29 Oct 2012

  8. MARKET WATCH: Economic slowdown undermines crude oil prices

    The front-month crude oil contract fell 1.8% Mar. 22 on slowdowns in Chinese and European manufacturing, wiping out the gain from the previous session in the New York market.

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    Fri, 23 Mar 2012

  9. MARKET WATCH: New York oil price retreats in mixed market

    The energy market was mixed July 5 with the front-month crude contract dropping modestly in the New York market while North Sea Brent again climbed above $100/bbl in London.

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    Fri, 6 Jul 2012

  10. MARKET WATCH: Natural gas rally ends; oil prices rise moderately

    Crude oil prices continued recent small-change increases, with crude still challenging the $100/bbl barrier in the New York market. However, the front-month natural gas contract fell 4%, ending that rally, as traders responded to bearish projections of increased gas production while shrugging off a ...

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    Fri, 27 Jan 2012

  11. MARKET WATCH: Oil prices rise on bullish US economic data

    Oil prices rose again Aug. 1 in New York and London markets, which analysts said was due to solid economic data coming out of China and the US, giving investors the added confidence that the global economy is headed in the right direction.

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    Fri, 2 Aug 2013

  12. MARKET WATCH: Energy prices decline in uncertain market

    The front-month natural gas futures contract dropped 1.8% Jan. 9 on the New York market with forecasts of warm weather for the East Coast. Oil prices were down modestly with European problems still tainting the market outlook for demand.

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    Tue, 10 Jan 2012

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