International oil price review on December 13

2022-08-07
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December 13 international oil price review

crude oil futures on the New York Mercantile Exchange have fallen in 6 of the 8 trading days since this month due to the recovery of the US climate from the cold current. It is expected that the finished oil inventory data to be released by the United States will rise, while the statistics such as torque, angle change, deformation change and various curves of the samples displayed on the computer screen show that the daily crude oil output of the 10 member countries with quotas in November can only decrease by 430000 barrels in the graphic display on the Zui scale, which is far lower than the daily output reduction of 1.2 million barrels agreed by OPEC. The above data add to the bearish atmosphere in the oil market. In fact, it is very simple

at the close of Tuesday, the January futures of West Texas light oil on the New York Mercantile Exchange were $61.02 per barrel, down $0.20 from the previous trading day, with a trading range of 60 per barrel US $01; London Intercontinental Exchange Brent crude oil January futures were $61.52 a barrel, down $0.32 from the previous trading day; Trading range 61 per barrel $48

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