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    1. Natural Gas Prices Fell Last Week: Impact on Energy MLPs

      Market Realist via Yahoo! FinanceAug 04 12:06 PM

      Natural gas prices fell significantly after 2008. Since then, prices have generally remained low. This trend is expected to continue in the short term.

    2. Natural Gas Prices Rose Due to Warm Weather Estimates

      Market Realist via Yahoo! FinanceAug 04 09:48 AM

      NYMEX-traded September natural gas futures contracts rose by 1.18% on August 3, 2015. Natural gas prices rose due to warm weather estimates.

    3. Natural Gas Prices Are Trading near the Key Support

      Market Realist via Yahoo! FinanceAug 04 06:07 AM

      Prices have been fluctuating over the last month. The rising natural gas inventory and warm weather estimates continue to influence natural gas prices.

    4. Slowing Consumption Could Impact Natural Gas Prices

      Market Realist via Yahoo! FinanceAug 04 09:48 AM

      On Thursday, July 30, 2015, the EIA published that natural gas inventories rose by 52 Bcf (billion cubic feet) to 2,880 Bcf for the week ending July 24, 2015.

    5. Natural Gas Prices Fall Due to Excess Supply Estimates

      Market Realist via Yahoo! FinanceAug 03 08:09 AM

      September natural gas futures contracts trading in NYMEX fell by 1.88% on July 31. Natural gas prices fell for the second day due to ample supply concerns.

    6. Gas prices' fall is fastest in months

      The Sarasota Herald-TribuneAug 03 05:09 PM

      Gas prices are falling at the fastest rate since January, thanks to cheaper crude oil costs and the end of some refinery issues in the West, AAA said.

    7. Gasoline prices are falling, but the best is still to come.

    8. Natural Gas Rig Count Falls as Gas Prices Downtick

      Market Realist via Yahoo! FinanceAug 03 08:09 AM

      Baker Hughes released its weekly crude oil and natural gas rig count report on July 31. The active US natural gas rig count fell by seven for the week ending July 31.

    9. Gas prices dropping

      The Toledo BladeAug 04 10:47 AM

      WASHINGTON — Think of it as Christmas in August. Gasoline prices are expected to drop sharply this month and might be approaching $2 a gallon in much of the country by the time winter’s chill arrives.

    10. Gasoline prices are down $0.85 from last year to $2.65 for the average gallon of regular nationwide, and they have fallen for 19 straight days. The trend, likely to continue to take prices down, could push gas $1 lower year over previous year.

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