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Daily updates 09/30/2022

U.S. Natural Gas Trading in negative territory with front-month options expiring today and contract settlement tomorrow and as production shut-ins have been minimal from Hurricane Ian. The Oct-2022 contract is currently 7.6 cents lower at $6.827.
U.S. Weather The 6-10 day forecast is calling for above-normal temperatures throughout the western three-fourths of the nation, with mostly normal temperatures in the eastern fourth.
U.S. Dollar Modestly weaker against major rivals even as the 10-year Treasury yield pushed toward 4%, its highest level in more than 12 years.
Oil Pushing higher after Chevron and BP evacuated personnel and shut in production (0.485 mb/d) at some platforms in the eastern Gulf of Mexico with Hurricane Ian barreling northward. The Nov-2022 WTI contract is currently $1.47 higher at $78.18.
Equity Markets Rebounding amid upbeat new home sales data and after consumer confidence climbed to a 5-month high due to lower gasoline prices.
Geopolitics The European Union is considering another round of sanctions against Russia even as member states express concern over the economic pain felt by their citizens.

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