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Electricity Markets Forward markets slightly rebounded from last weeks drop off, but still remain at optimal levels. Prospect of a mild winter and strong storage could keep forward markets in a strong position for the coming weeks and beyond.  
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Electricity Markets All forward markets saw a sizable drop over the past week, mainly driven by warm weather, strong storage and increased gas production. New England forward markets saw one of their largest week over week decreases since last winter.  
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Electricity Markets New England markets slightly trended up last week, while all other forward markets were down week over week. PJM and NY have nearly converged to smallest difference since early 2021. All forward markets have generally been flat or trending down over the past few months.  
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Electricity Markets Forward markets trended downward generally over the past 2 weeks. Texas markets briefly surpassed New England markets for only the third time since mid-2020. New England market continues a strong downward slide, mainly driven by a lack of major weather events. All forward markets consolidating to smallest margins since mid-2021  
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Electricity Markets Forward markets increased slightly over the past week. New England saw its first week over week increase in almost a month. There has been plenty of daily variability in forward pricing, but week to week the changes have been minimal. No big moves expected in forward markets over the next week as we...
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Electricity Markets Forward markets across all regions were down from last week. New England saw the largest decrease, which is being driven by a drop in the Algonquin basis. Forward markets could stay stable for the near future as warmer weather is on the horizon, coupled with NYMEX prompt month prices near $3/dth.  
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Electricity Markets Forward markets in New England were down for a 3rd week in a row, while PJM and NY were up over last week. Texas has remained stable over the past few weeks after a volatile summer, but still at highest levels since last December. PJM and NY have continued their general upward trend....
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Electricity Markets Forward markets were slightly down for a second week in a row. New England forward pricing currently sits at lowest pricing since August of 2021, driven by low spot pricing and low gas prices  
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Electricity Markets All forward markets moved down slightly over the past week. Week to week movement continues to be minimal as a lack of big shocks to the market has contributed to lengthy stability.  
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Electricity Markets All forward markets increased over the past week, which was largely driven by the increase in the underlying NYMEX. NY markets in general have experienced a gradual increase since march, largely because of built in premiums as a result of capacity uncertainty.  
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Electricity Markets All forward markets except NY came down over the past week. However, NY and PJM continue to trend upward with time and are slowly consolidating. New England markets showed a sizable decrease, mainly driven by the basis. Extended cold could cause the markets to spike.  
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Electricity Markets Forward markets remain mostly flat, if not slightly down across the Northeast. Texas forward markets went up over the last week as heat continues to bake the Southern Plains. Markets continue to remain calm as there are minimal forcing mechanisms moving markets at the moment.  
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Electricity Markets Forward markets remain mostly flat, if not slightly down across the Northeast. Texas forward markets went up over the last week as heat continues to bake the Southern Plains. Markets continue to remain calm as there are minimal forcing mechanisms moving markets at the moment.  
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Electricity Markets Forward markets were slightly elevated over the past week, but continue to remain within a normal range. The underlying NYMEX has gone up over the past few weeks, and has driven a slow and steady increase in NY and PJM forward markets. Tighter natural gas storage also contributed to forward market increases over...
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Electricity Markets Forward markets were slightly down over the past week. New England has continued to remain stable since the winter. Good underlying market conditions continue to contribute to the strong market. NY and PJM markets continue to tighten as we head into winter. Eroding storage surplus could loom large for markets in the coming...
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Electricity Markets Forward markets in the Northeast increased slightly over the past week. Texas forward markets saw a drop, but still remain volatile as the heat sticks around across the South. We could see volatility in forward markets heading into the fall as the natural gas storage surplus erodes.  
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Electricity Markets Forward markets trended slightly downward this week. Forward markets in the Northeast have been flat and calm, mainly because of seasonal weather. Texas continues to remain volatile and saw a large increase over the last week as scorching heat continues to grip the South. The same factors causing volatility in Texas are still...
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Electricity Markets Forward markets trended slightly downward this week. Mainly being driven by the NYMEX coming down over the last week. New England has remained stable in spite of oil prices increasing. Texas forward pricing still volatile because of the persistent heat across the Southern United States.  
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Electricity Markets Forward markets trended slightly upward this week, mainly driven by an increase in the NYMEX. Texas saw a sizable increase as a result of sustained heat that continues to grip the South. Not as many major swings in forward pricing in the Northeast as major heat is lacking in the region.  
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Electricity Markets Forward markets trended slightly downward over the past week. Lengthy market stability continues. Not many factors pushing volatility right now. PJM and NYISO forward markets continue to tighten up.  
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