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Daily updates 04/22/2021

U.S. Natural Gas In retreat ahead of tomorrow's storage report, which is expected to show a build in the mid-40s that would compare to last year's 68 Bcf build and the 5-year average 26 Bcf injection. The May-2021 contract is 4.2 cents lower at $2.685.
U.S. Weather The 6-10 day forecast is calling for above-normal temperatures to cover much of the eastern two-thirds of the nation, with below-normal temperatures in the West.
U.S. Dollar Losing ground against the euro after Germany reported producer prices increased during March, suggesting improvement in their economy.
Oil Sliding lower after the EIA reported an unexpected 0.6 Million barrel increase in oil inventories, a 0.1 Mb increase in gasoline stocks, and a 1.1 Mb decline in distillates. The new prompt Jun-2021 WTI contract is 73 cents lower at $61.94.
Equity Markets Rebounding after two days of declines as investors monitor earnings releases to see if current valuations of expensive stocks are justified.
Geopolitics Iranian parliament speaker Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf said the country is enriching uranium at 60% purity for the first time, complicating ongoing talks with international powers in Vienna.

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