United States Natural Gas Fund, LP

NYSEARCA: UNG
$19.31
+$0.30 (+1.6%)
Closing price July 1, 2022
The U.S. natural gas stockpile declined by more than 60 billion cubic feet last week, about in the middle of analysts' forecast range. Prices continued their upward climb on expectations of colder...
The U.S. natural gas stockpile drawdown last week was smaller than expected and that has added more weight on already-falling futures prices. Gas for January delivery is trading about 20 cents below...
The stockpile of U.S. natural gas tumbled by 134 billion cubic feet last week, a much larger withdrawal than was expected. Natural gas prices have jumped in response.
The U.S. natural gas stockpile rose a bit more than expected last week and prices for the fuel have dropped by some 14% since yesterday's high.
The U.S. natural gas stockpile rose slightly less than expected last week, but the effect on prices was still negative likely due to a more moderate weather forecast for the next week.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration reported an addition of 58 billion cubic feet to the country's stockpile of natural gas for the week ended last Friday. Commodity prices dipped slightly...
The U.S. natural gas stockpile rose by 81 billion cubic feet last week, slightly less than analysts had expected. The weather outlook for the coming week is for demand to remain high.
The U.S. natural gas stockpile rose by 90 billion cubic feet last week, in line with analysts' expectation. Cooler weather ahead could lift demand and prices.
The U.S. natural gas stockpile got a bigger-than-expected boost last week. The large increase took more off the already falling price for natural gas futures.
The U.S. natural gas stockpile added about a third less to its total than expected in the week ended last Friday. Storage levels are about 20% below last year's level and prices have now topped $3...
U.S. natural gas stockpiles rose as expected last week, but remain well below year-ago and five-year average levels. Production increases are keeping prices under $3 per million BTUs.
The U.S. natural gas stockpile rose by 69 billion cubic feet last week but remains about 20% lower than the amount in storage at this time last year and 18% below the five-year average.
The U.S. natural gas inventory increased by about the amount expected last week, keeping a lid on the already depressed price.
Natural gas prices slipped a bit following Thursday morning's report on U.S. gas stockpiles. Last week's storage injection was higher than analysts had estimated.
The amount of natural gas in U.S. inventories rose by 48 billion cubic feet last week but remains about 20% below last year's level and the five-year average level for this time of year.