Outlook Today

The natural gas market view and bias is cautiously bullish, but watchful of how price activity plays out over the next several trading sessions from Thursday’s bullish gas storage report and last Friday’s monthly jobs report. The market appears to be slowly moving into a mild uptrend and will remain in that pattern as long as the weather moves toward more normal conditions.

WTI crude oil is still trading above the key technical support level of the mid- $94’s/bbl and along with the changing fundamentals and geopolitics, the market is moving its view and bias back to cautiously bullish. The cloud of uncertainty got slightly smaller in Europe, but support is now coming from the ongoing geopolitical risk in the Middle East.

Earlier risk asset prices were mixed, as shown on the chart below.

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About JWM Energy Consultant
Professional Energy Consultant. I advise large energy-users on procurement strategies to reduce electricity and natural gas costs.

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