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In this week’s Market Movers, for the first time coming from the Americas: growing supply will continue to pressure natural gas prices, the power sector braces for a heat wave, and coal stockpiles grow amid falling demand. 
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  • LNG cargo cancellations
  • Heat wave to boost Northeast power demand
  • Coal stockpiles continue to grow

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