June 11, 2013 at 09:00 AM EDT
Natural Gas Taking A Major Hit
Natural gas has been one of the most watched commodities of the past five years. After bottoming out following the 2008 recession, the fossil fuel has managed to claw back some of the ground it gave up. Many were hoping that this summer would solidify that run higher, but those who did had their expectations tempered, as the commodity has been among the worst performing over the last two weeks. Natural gas prices have dropped more than 9% since the end of May, as a number of factors have combined to hit prices hard [for more natural gas news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: How Natural Gas Could Save The Environment (And Your Portfolio) The Case Against Fracking Natural Gas: Is Now The Time To Make A Play? 2013 Commodity Trades You Wish You Made Natural Gas: How To Play The Summer Comeback
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