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UPDATE 1-U.S. natgas futures rise from three-month low on cooler outlook

U.S. natural gas futures rose almost 2% on Friday from a three-month low in the previous session on forecasts for cooler weather and higher heating demand in the next two weeks than previously expected, rising liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports and a small decline in output. Traders, however, noted the weather was still forecast to remain milder than normal through at least the middle of December, keeping overall heating demand low for this time

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What happens if Washington falls behind on its bills?

The U.S. government could fall behind on its bills this month - and even default on its debt - if Congress doesn't raise a $28.9 trillion cap on government borrowing, a failure that could trigger economic calamity and panic on global financial markets.