United States Price on October 4, 2017

United States Natural Gas -- USA Etf  

USD 22.60  0.51  2.31%

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United States Valuation Near October 4, 2017

 Open High Low Close Volume
  6.32    6.37    6.29    6.31    8,355,052  
  6.42    6.45    6.37    6.39    5,568,962  
  6.44    6.51    6.30    6.32    8,780,941  
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United States Trading Date Momentum on October 4, 2017

On October 05 2017 United States Natural Gas was traded for 6.32  at the closing time. Highest United States's price during the trading hours was 6.51  and the lowest price during the day was  6.30 . The net volume was 8.8 M. The overall trading history on 05 of October contributed to the next trading period closing price depreciation. The trading price change to the next next day price was 1.10% . The trading price change to current price is 0.47% .

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United States Period Price Range
October 4, 2017
0.03  0.47%

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