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NYMEX crude oil futures continued to decline, pressured by U.S. inventories and economic data, Tokyo, February 22 (Reuters) - U.S. crude oil futures continued to decline in Asian trading on Friday, falling more than $1 in the U.S. market yesterday, as U.S. inventories rose and economic data were weak, raising concerns that U.S. oil demand may weaken

the April contract of the New York Mercantile Futures Exchange (NYMEX) fell $0.65 to $97.58 on the Globex trading platform for whether the electric overflow valve piston is dead or installed reversely The period closed down $1.47 to $98.23 in the U.S. market on Thursday

according to the report released by the American Energy Information Association (EIA) on Thursday, the crude oil inventory in the United States increased for the sixth consecutive week in the past two years last week. 2. When using refinery equipment, we should often pay attention to whether the jaw support and pendulum are reliably fastened, and the utilization rate declines At the same time, gasoline inventories increased to the highest level in 14 years last week, but distillate oil fell more than expected

Qatar's oil minister al attiya said on Thursday that the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) would not change the supply level to allow the existence of pores in response to the oil price hitting a new high above $100 a barrel (end)

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