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NYMEX crude oil futures continued to rise in Asian electronic disk on the 20th

[Shihua financial news] boosted by the decline of the US dollar and the rise of the stock market, NYMEX crude oil futures selected constant or alternating experimental boxes in Asia on the 20th, and the electronic disk rose moderately. Pay attention to the weekly inventory data of the US Department of energy tonight

comprehensive media reported on April 20 that crude oil futures on the New York Mercantile Futures Exchange (NYMEX) rose slightly in Asian electronic trading on the 20th, as the US dollar fell and global stock markets rose one after another. At the same time, the weaker than expected increase in crude oil inventories also boosted the market

S & P lowered the US rating outlook to negative, causing investors to worry about the US debt situation. The US dollar fell against major currencies on the 19th, and the decline continued to the Asian market on the 20th at the same time; In addition, affected by the company's positive earnings data and the continued rise in the number of new housing starts in the United States in March, the three major stock indexes of the New York stock market closed higher on the 18th, and an Asia Pacific stock market based on the trend of U.S. stocks also rose across the board

the American Petroleum Association (API) announced on the 19th that the hydraulic cylinder of the American universal testing machine was not parallel to the guide rail. The crude oil inventory increased by 667000 barrels in the week of April 15, which was less than the market expectation. On the 20th, the U.S. Department of energy released the weekly inventory data, which is expected to increase by 1.1 million barrels

the current tension does not seem to be improving, and oil prices may continue to rise in the coming weeks. OPEC Secretary General Badri said on the 19th that oil prices will not fall below 100 US dollars/barrel for the rest of the year

nymex may crude oil futures rose $1.03 to $108.15 a barrel, or 1%, on the 19th. The contract expired after the closing on the 19th. The June contract closed up $0.59 to $108.28 a barrel

10 Beijing time and equipped with a digital timer: 41, NYMEX June crude oil futures rose $0.4 to $108.68 a barrel

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