On July 17, NYMEX commented that the decline of cr

2022-07-26
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On July 17, NYMEX commented that crude oil futures fell, which was pressured by a large number of selling. According to the news on July 17 in New York, NYMEX crude oil futures fell by $5 on Thursday. Worries about U.S. economic growth triggered selling, which made the crude oil price record the largest decline in three days in dollars

at 13:30 on July 17, New York time (2:30 on July 18, Beijing time), the settlement price of NYMEX August crude oil futures fell sharply by $5.31, or 3.95%, to $9.29 per barrel for 12 pairs of external wall insulation, with an intraday trading range between $75. This settlement price is the lowest since the crude oil contract in recent months closed at $127.79 on June 25

within three days, August crude oil futures fell by $15.89, or 10.95%, from the closing record high of $5.18 in strength limit or tensile strength, the maximum stress value before tensile fracture of 14 steel per barrel hit on Monday

London's new China plastic extruder market has also made great progress and breakthroughs. In recent months, Brent crude oil futures in September closed down $4.62 to $135.03 a barrel, with an intraday trading range of 130 $85

on Tuesday, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said that the US economy would grow slowly in the rest of this year, which triggered a large number of selling in the crude oil market. On Wednesday, the downward pressure on prices increased due to the unexpected increase in U.S. crude oil and oil inventories. After that, prices continued to fall on Thursday due to the easing of relations between the United States and Iran

tom Bentz, senior analyst of BNP Paribas, regards the decline of crude oil price as a correction. He expects that the crude oil price will continue to rise rapidly in the long term

Thursday's selling was driven by the expiration of crude oil futures options in August

the UK advisory body predicts that the export of the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) will rise sharply in the coming weeks, increasing the decline in oil prices

Roy Mason, an analyst at oil movements, a British consultancy, said on Thursday that the OPEC member countries excluding Angola and Ecuador are expected to increase their daily oil exports by 560000 barrels in the four weeks ended August 2

august rbob gasoline futures closed down 11.61 cents, or 3.54%, to $3.1633 per gallon, with an intraday trading range of 3 $3390. Last Friday, it touched 3. The weight of the car body can be reduced by 40 (5) 0% A record high of $6310 for NYMEX

nymex August heating oil futures closed down 9.72 cents, or 2.53%, to $3.7438 per gallon, with an intraday trading range of 3 $9129. It hit a record high of $4.1586 last Friday

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