Gas Prices Fall as Supply Concerns Trump Demand Uptick

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April gas futures crashed through a $2.40 floor Friday, falling 17.6¢ to settle at $2.338 per million Btu, as concerns about abundant supply weighed on the market despite unseasonably cold weather. The contract has fallen 67.1¢ since hitting $3 just two weeks ago.

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