The hottest international crude oil price is high,

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The international crude oil price is high, and the market pays attention to the supply situation

panorama June 27 - on Friday, the crude oil price for August delivery in the international market was below 140 US dollars. Crude oil prices rose as oil suppliers said they would reduce production, the dollar fell, and OPEC's news that crude oil prices would rise to $170 in the summer

at 13:15 Beijing time on Friday, Crude oil price delivered in August "At the same time, it fell by $0.12 to $139.52/barrel; the current peak is $139.58. Crude oil prices rose $5.09 to $139.64/barrel on Thursday, breaking through $140 to $140.39 during the session.

according to the data of declining gasoline market demand, crude oil prices should remain relatively stable. The data shows that the oil demand in the United States has fallen to the lowest level since January 2007. Gasoline consumption in the week of June 20 was first lower than 20 The peak period in January 2008 fell by 5%

the market believes that gasoline demand reached a high level in 2007, and the current trend of rising crude oil prices may ease in the next few years when new Dow's revenue in 2017 was $44.8 billion. There are many reasons for the obvious decline in gasoline consumption demand. On the whole, the retail price of gasoline rose by 33% in 2008, and the market demand fell

according to the data of the U.S. Department of energy on June 25, the daily consumption of gasoline in the United States has decreased by 2.1% over the same period last year in the past four weeks. On June 25, another report showed that the sales volume of engine fuel fell by 2.7% last week, which was the ninth consecutive week of decline

in terms of inventory, the US crude oil inventory unexpectedly increased for the first time in 6 weeks. According to the U.S. Department of energy, the U.S. crude oil inventory increased by 803000 barrels to 301.8 million barrels in the week of June 20, and the market is expected that the U.S. crude oil inventory will decline by 1.1 million barrels in the context of modern science and technology

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