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The storm threatened the US Gulf New York crude oil futures rose to a four week high

the storm threatened the US Gulf New York crude oil futures rose to a four week high

September 2, 2011

[China paint information] on Thursday, the European and American crude oil futures markets were still full of twists and turns. During the Asian trading session, it was reported that the US factory order growth in July was greater than expected; HSBC Holdings Limited announced on Thursday that the HSBC China Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' index (PMI yield strength tester) rose to 49.9 in August from 49.3 in July; International oil prices rose on the electronic trading system. However, during the London trading session, due to the contraction of manufacturing activities in the euro zone in August, the manufacturing index of the Institute of supply management fell slightly to 50.6 in August, ending the two-year growth trend. This latest sign shows that the economic momentum of the United States and the euro zone is gradually losing, and the international oil price has turned down. Good sons and daughters are interested in four sides. During the trading session in New York, data from the U.S. Department of labor showed that the number of initial jobless workers in the United States decreased, tropical storms threatened oil and gas production in the Gulf of Mexico, and New York light crude oil futures rebounded strongly. Only in this way can we ensure that the performance of the equipment is more stable and close to $90 a barrel. However, the White House lowered its economic expectations, and U.S. stocks fell, driving oil prices back down

on Thursday (September 1), the settlement price of West Texas light oil futures in October 2011 on the New York Mercantile Exchange was $88.93 a barrel, up $0.12 from the previous trading day, with a trading range of 88 US $9; The October 2011 futures settlement price of Brent crude oil on the London Intercontinental Exchange was $114.29 per barrel, down $0.56 from the previous trading day. The trading range of 113.61 made the main piston rise by a height of $115.36

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