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Natural Gas Futures

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Contract highlights

Volume
Open interest
‪134.28 K‬
Contract size
10000MMBTU
Front month
NGQ2024

About Natural Gas Futures

Natural Gas is a fossil fuel formed from plants and animals buried underground and exposed to extreme heat and pressure. Natural gas is used domestically for cooking, as a power source, in agriculture, and in industrial manufacturing. Natural gas prices fluctuate constantly depending mainly on production issues, stockpiles, weather conditions, economic growth, crude oil prices, and more recently coal. Natural gas is commonly measured in MMBtu, with 1 MMBTu equaling 1 million BTU (British Thermal Units).

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Summarizing what the indicators are suggesting.
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Neutral
SellBuy
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Strong sellSellNeutralBuyStrong buy
Neutral
SellBuy
Strong sellStrong buy
Strong sellSellNeutralBuyStrong buy
A representation of what an asset is worth today and what the market thinks it will be worth in the future.
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Frequently Asked Questions

The current price of Natural Gas Futures is 2.052 USD / MMBTU — it has risen 0.84% in the past 24 hours. Watch Natural Gas Futures price in more detail on the chart.
The volume of Natural Gas Futures is ‪1.73 K‬. Track more important stats on the Natural Gas Futures chart.
Open interest is the number of contracts held by traders in active positions — they're not closed or expired. For Natural Gas Futures this number is ‪134.28 K‬. You can use it to track a prevailing market trend and adjust your own strategy: declining open interest for Natural Gas Futures shows that traders are closing their positions, which means a weakening trend.
Buying or selling futures contracts depends on many factors: season, underlying commodity, your own trading strategy. So mostly it's up to you, but if you look for some certain calculations to take into account, you can study technical analysis for Natural Gas Futures. Today its technical rating is sell, but remember that market conditions change all the time, so it's always crucial to do your own research. See more of Natural Gas Futures technicals for a more comprehensive analysis.