US Natural Gas Fund (UNG) lost 72 cents to $16.18 and came under pressure Wednesday afternoon after Natural Gas fund manager John Arnold said he was shutting down a Centaurus Master Energy Fund. The top trades in UNG printed when shares were trading near $16.80 midday — before the news made the rounds. One strategist sold the Oct 17 – 19 risk-reverrsal on the ETF at $1.06, 3150X on ISE. ISEE confirms that puts were sold to buy calls, 4000X, to open.
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