U.S. GAS PRICES RISE
Natural gas futures advanced in New York to the highest level in two weeks as concern eased that supplies would test storage limits before demand picks up with colder weather.
Gas rose 3.4 percent as the October contract expired. U.S. stockpiles gained 77 billion cubic feet last week, based on the median of 20 analyst estimates compiled by Bloomberg. Supplies totaled 3.496 trillion cubic feet as of Sept. 14, below the Energy Department's estimated capacity of 4.239 trillion. The agency's weekly supply report is scheduled for release tomorrow.
"The market continues to find some buying from the end-of- the-month…
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