European natural gas futures rose, with traders focused on supplies from Russia and the continent’s imports of liquefied fuel.
The European Union’s green light to energy companies on payments to Russia helped send benchmark natural gas prices lower for a second day as invoice deadlines loom.
Households are already behind with payments and companies are warning bills aren’t going to fall even if prices eventually do.
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