Natural gas tumbles after supply report
NEW YORK (AP) -- Natural gas prices tumbled today after a government report showed that even after a frigid two-week winter blast, U.S. stockpiles are still well above average for this time of year.
Since March, natural gas held in underground caverns has remained at the high end of the five-year average. That's because some of the biggest energy consumers, industrial plants and manufacturers, have been in a recession-fueled funk.
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