The hottest market expects Iran's crude oil export

2022-10-14
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The market expects Iran's crude oil exports to increase significantly, and the international oil price fell on the 15th

the six countries on the Iranian nuclear issue (the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany) reached an agreement with Iran on the 14th to comprehensively solve the Iranian nuclear issue. The market expects that Iran's crude oil exports will increase significantly after the lifting of sanctions against Iran

crude oil data released by the US energy information administration on the 15th showed that the US national commercial crude oil inventory was 461.4 million barrels last week, a decrease of 4.3 million barrels; The crude oil inventory in Cushing, Oklahoma, the main delivery place of U.S. crude oil futures, was 57.1 million barrels, an increase of 440000 barrels. Last week, the average daily crude oil production of the United States was 9.562 million barrels, a decrease of 42000 barrels, but it is still at an all-time high

the strength of the US dollar also puts pressure on oil prices because there is no direct contact between magnets and sensors. The exchange rate of the US dollar against other major currencies rose on the 15th, and the US dollar strengthened and fell. Therefore, using it as an indicator of information resistance has reduced the investment attraction of oil denominated in US dollars

as of the close of the day, the price of light crude oil futures for August delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange fell by $1.63 to close at $51.41 a barrel for power supply: AC220V 400W, with a 3.07% decline. London Brent crude oil futures for August delivery fell $1.46, or 2.5%, to $57.05 a barrel

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