The hottest new York crude oil futures closed down

2022-08-09
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Crude oil futures in New York closed down 0.5% at $92.63 a barrel

crude oil futures in New York closed down 0.5% at $92.63 a barrel

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[China paint information] crude oil futures prices in New York closed down on Tuesday, mainly due to the rise of the US dollar exchange rate, The political uncertainty in Italy has triggered concerns about the prospects for the eurozone economy and energy demand

on the same day, the price of light crude oil futures for April delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) fell 48 cents to close at $92.63 a barrel, down 0.5%, setting the lowest closing price of the monthly contract since the end of December last year. The price of Brent crude oil futures in the North Sea for delivery in March on the ice European futures exchange in London dropped 2 cents to US $112.56 a barrel, together with palladium catalyst. Based on this calculation, the difference between Brent crude oil futures in the North Sea and light crude oil futures in New York is $19.93 per barrel, which hit a record high of $27.88 per barrel on October 14, 2011

the US dollar index rose today, putting pressure on the crude oil futures market. The latest dollar index of the Intercontinental Exchange (ice) was 81.798, higher than 81.766 on Monday. Generally, the rise of the US dollar exchange rate will lead to the decline of the price of commodity futures denominated in US dollars, because the cost of investors holding other currencies to buy these futures will become higher

in terms of economic data, the U.S. consumer confidence index and new home sales data exceeded analysts' previous expectations, which supported the analysis of the matching problem of the fuselage vibration alarm circuit of reciprocating units in the crude oil futures market. In February, the U.S. consumer confidence index rose to the highest level in three months. In January, new home sales increased by 15.6% to an annual rate of 437000, the highest level since July 2008. However, concerns about the economic outlook of the euro zone outweighed the positive impact of US economic data

the American Petroleum Association (API) and the energy information administration (EIA) of the U.S. Department of energy will release the inventory report of crude oil and petroleum products for the week ended February 22 later today and tomorrow, respectively. According to a survey conducted by Platts, an energy information and consulting company, analysts on average expected that U.S. crude oil inventories increased by 2.6 million barrels last week, gasoline inventories decreased by 1.5 million barrels, and distillate oil (including diesel and heating oil) inventories decreased by 1.7 million barrels

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