London/New York — The golden age of trading in the world’s natural gas market has ended, and it was bound to happen even before the coronavirus struck.

Two warm winters in a row in addition to the health crisis have gutted demand for the fuel used for everything from home heating to power generation. That’s left inventories brimming during a season when they’re usually drained...

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