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nymex crude oil futures remained volatile, trading above $92

NYMEX crude oil futures remained volatile, trading above $92

November 29, 2013

[China paint information] NYMEX January crude oil futures prices on Thursday (November 28) Euro 7, bending high hardness or low alloy steel bars, the market continued to maintain a range of volatility, and currently fluctuated near the intraday low of $92.10 per barrel, The price of crude oil fell by more than 1.5% overnight, breaking the $92/barrel level, and with strong versatility, it hit a nearly seven month low of $91.77/barrel

Libyan Prime Minister Ali zeidan said that if the company led the drafting of four national standards, and if the armed elements' action of blocking oil fields and ports continues to block oil transportation, the government will not be able to pay civil servants' wages, and may have to seek loans

Maria van der Hoeven, director general of the International Energy Agency (IEA), said on Thursday (November 28) that although Libyan armed personnel continue to block oil fields and ports, which may reduce the country's crude oil production, the oil market supply is still sufficient

Jonathan Barratt, CEO of Barratt bulletin, a commodity research company, said that the current oil price is supported by weather and supply factors, but in addition, inventory levels are rising, demand prospects are weak, and more supply may enter the market in the coming months. It is expected that the first support level of U.S. crude oil is $92.50/barrel, and if it falls below $90/barrel

the national development and Reform Commission issued a notice on Thursday, deciding to increase the price of gasoline and diesel by 160 yuan and 155 yuan per ton respectively. It is estimated that the retail price of No. 90 gasoline and No. 0 diesel (national average) will be increased by 0.12 yuan and 0.13 yuan per liter respectively. The implementation time of price adjustment is 24:00 on November 28

at 18:37 Beijing time, NYMEX crude oil futures fell $0.22, or 0.24%, to $92.14 a barrel

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