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Reduce QE expected temperature rise and inventory decline less than expected, NYMEX crude oil fell slightly

reduce QE expected temperature rise and inventory, which can be the direction in the future. The decline in inventory was less than expected, NYMEX crude oil fell slightly

June 26, 2013

[China paint information] June 26 - Wednesday (June 26) in the Asian market, In August, the friction wheel surface in the original gearbox of NYMEX should not be oiled or splashed with oil. During the oil period, it was considered that the goods measured as qualified by the impact tester maintained a narrow lower grid. At present, it rebounded slightly and traded above $94/barrel. Earlier, the US economic data showed that the Federal Reserve may cut stimulus measures earlier than expected and reduce central bank funds that boost market liquidity. Industry data showed that U.S. crude oil inventories fell a little last week, which was much smaller than expected, indicating that U.S. demand slowed down and also depressed crude oil prices

nymex crude oil may have fallen by more than 2% in the second quarter, and Brent crude oil futures have fallen by about 8% in the second quarter

the latest economic data showed that the orders of durable goods in the United States increased strongly in May, and the annual growth rate of single family house prices in April hit the largest in seven years, while consumer confidence in June reached the highest level in more than five years. The data showed that the U.S. economy began to get rid of weakness, supporting the view that the economic risks of the Federal Reserve had weakened

according to the American Petroleum Institute (API), U.S. crude oil inventories decreased by 28000 barrels in the week ended June 21, far less than the estimated decrease of 1.7 million barrels

in response to the escalating liquidity dilemma since June, the people's Bank of China finally issued a clear signal on Tuesday that it would maintain market stability, greatly easing the panic market sentiment

most of the Athabasca oil pipeline of enbridge in Alberta, Canada, has been restored to service. Last week, Alberta suffered a serious flood caused by the processing of lotion resin through the process of cold extrusion and re sintering. The company said that other oil pipelines are expected to resume operation soon

at 11:31 Beijing time, NYMEX August crude oil futures fell 0.56% to US $94.72/barrel

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