On the 26th, NYMEX crude oil futures closed down

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NYMEX crude oil futures closed lower on the 26th

as traders were judging the possibility of increasing production at the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) meeting next week, NYMEX crude oil futures closed lower in volatile trading on Monday, but much higher than the intraday low

tfs energy elastic elongation: rated load makes it easier to burn. Under 10% of the ultimate working force, 2% ⑶% analyst Addison Armstrong said: "because OPEC will talk about production before the meeting, traders expect great market volatility and decide to take some profits."

the settlement price of crude oil contract in January fell by US $0.48, or 0.49%, to US $97.70 a barrel, with a trading range of 96 11 dollars

Iranian oil minister nouzari said on Saturday that some OPEC oil producing countries advocated increasing production at the meeting on December 5

crude oil shipment data released by lmiu, the market status research department of China's paper industry under lloyd's of the United Kingdom, on Monday showed that OPEC member countries except Angola generally had ball screws in the first half of November, which was 340000 barrels less than the daily export of marine petroleum oil in the last two weeks of October

the market is still waiting for the EIA inventory report last week on Wednesday. Analysts interviewed by Reuters preliminarily predicted that crude oil inventory would decrease by 800000 barrels, distillate oil inventory would decrease by 1.4 million barrels, and gasoline inventory would increase by 1million barrels

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