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Inventories rise in line with estimates
The natural gas markets broke down significantly during the trading session on Wednesday, only to turn around and bounce from important $2.40 level.
If money continues to flow into stocks and higher-yielding currencies then non-interest or dividend-paying gold is going to struggle.
It’s hard not to think the natural gas market will be bullish this week, however, the tendency the last few years has been to sell the rallies.