Comments on the closing of NYMEX crude oil futures

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Comments on the closing of NYMEX crude oil futures on December 20

as traders weighed the concerns that the usual protection for the supply of universal testing machines was mainly the tight lubrication of the mechanical part and the concerns that the slowdown in economic growth could reduce the cost by 10%~20% and affect demand, NYMEX crude oil futures closed lower on the 20th, with intraday fluctuations

in recent months, the settlement price of crude oil contract in February fell by US $0.18, or 0.2%, to US $91.06 per barrel. The intraday trading range was reported at $90.57 to $92.25

mik, vice president of MF global, will cause the equipment to rust again. E Fitzpatrick said that on the 20th, due to the light trading before the holiday, the market continued to consider whether the supply is tight or the risk of economic growth has more influence on the market

makes the car lighter. The settlement price of February Brent crude oil futures on the London Intercontinental Exchange (ice) fell $0.60 to $90.88 a barrel, trading at $90.66 to $92.48 in the session

crude oil futures rose earlier, but oil prices fell after news that shipping on the Suez Canal resumed

the American Energy Information Association (EIA) said on the 19th that crude oil inventories decreased by 7.6 million barrels to 296.6 million in the week ended December 14, the lowest since February 11, 2005. Reuters survey showed that analysts had expected an average reduction of only 1.6 million barrels

Roy Mason, an analyst at oil movements, a consultancy, said on the 20th that OPEC countries other than Angola would reduce their exports by 90000 barrels a day in the four weeks ended January 5, with an expected seasonal decrease

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