Natural Gas Pricesfrom ChartWorks:: published by Institutional Advisors
Natural gas has now staged its normal rally out of the seasonal low with the spot price up 94%. This rally was anticipated to last six to eight weeks, into late October or early November. Barring abnormally cold weather a trading range can be anticipated between $6.00 and $9.00 through mid December. The next important low will likely be generated in January/February with the later half of 2007 producing a rally that makes a 21-month high.
Arrows identify when inventories were at multi-year highs in the first week of September and again at the peak in November
Working Gas in Underground Storage
Price activity in years where the inventory was at a multi-year high in early September
Many things stand out as a result of in the years with high inventories.
The stocks are clearly influenced by a combination of the gas price, crude oil and the broad equity market indices. A study of Encana and Talisman shows that on third of the action through the first and last calendar quarters can be attributed to the overall market.
Canadian Royalty Trusts
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