U.S. Natural Gas Holds Gains After Biggest Jump in Eight Years
Ice sits on a valve control wheel connected to pipe work at OAO Gazprom’s new Bovanenkovo deposit, a natural gas field near Bovanenkovskoye on the Yamal Peninsula in Russia. (Photographer: Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr./Bloomberg)

U.S. Natural Gas Holds Gains After Biggest Jump in Eight Years

(Bloomberg) -- Natural gas took a breather after its biggest gain in eight years as forecasts for lingering U.S. cold spurred concern supplies may not be enough to meet winter demand.
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