Sharp rise in oil prices in the hottest internatio

2022-10-16
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Oil prices rose sharply in the international market

affected by factors such as the decline of the US dollar exchange rate and the reduction of us refined oil inventories, oil prices rose sharply in the international market on the 26th

it should be adjusted or cleaned on the same day. The light crude oil futures price for delivery in May on the New York Mercantile Exchange rose $4.68 per barrel from the previous trading day to close at $105.90. The price of Brent crude oil futures in the North Sea for delivery in May on the London International Petroleum Exchange rose by 3.39 per barrel, improving the accuracy and stability of the measurement system and closing at US $103.99

in addition, the price of gasoline futures for April delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange rose by 6.27 cents to close at $2.7429 if users simply did tensile tests ≤ 12mm. Heating oil futures for April delivery rose 11.9 cents per gallon to close at $3.0438. The price of natural gas futures for April delivery rose 15.3 cents per 1000 cubic feet (about 35 cubic feet per cubic meter) to close at US $9.572

data released by the U.S. Department of Commerce on the same day showed that orders for durable goods in U.S. factories fell by 1.7% in February this year, and sales of new homes in the United States fell to the lowest level in the past 13 years. Affected by this, the dollar fell again against the euro in New York. The fall of the US dollar exchange rate has led to a large number of funds re entering the crude oil futures market, which has become an important factor driving the surge in oil prices

in addition, the decline in refined oil inventories in the United States last week was also one of the factors driving the surge in oil prices. Data released by the U.S. Department of energy on the same day showed that in the week ended March 21, U.S. gasoline inventories fell by 3.3 million barrels compared with the previous week, and inventories of other refined oil products, including diesel and heating oil, fell by 2.2 million barrels

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