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OPEC raised its demand forecast that the international oil price exceeded $74

OPEC raised its demand forecast that the international oil price exceeded $74

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[China paint information] due to OPEC's raised world oil demand forecast and the depreciation of the US dollar, the international oil price continued to rise on Tuesday. At the close of trading on Tuesday, November light crude oil futures on the New York Mercantile Exchange were $74.15 a barrel, up $0.88 from the previous trading day; November Brent crude oil futures on the London Intercontinental Exchange were $72.40, up $1.04; November heating oil futures in New York rose 2.90 cents to 192.34 cents per gallon; Rbob gasoline November futures were 183.24 cents per gallon, up 3.28 cents; In November, the London Intercontinental Exchange sold the name of the diesel phase enterprise at US $597 per ton, up US $4.00 from the previous trading day

in the latest monthly report released by OPEC, it is predicted that the world oil demand will increase by 700000 barrels per day in 2010, an increase of 200000 barrels per day over the previous forecast. The demand forecast for 2009 was also increased by 200000 barrels per day. In addition, the dollar fell to its lowest level against the euro since august2008, which also pushed up oil prices

Michael Lynch, President of Massachusetts strategic energy and Economic Research Institute, said: "the oil price rises in the expectation of rising demand. Although we have not seen the current situation of 3.1 large load spring pressure testing machine and the response to demand, whenever an institution raises its forecast for future demand, it will support the oil price."

crude oil futures delivered in November in New York on Tuesday rose by $0.88, or 1.2%, and the closing price of $74.15 per barrel was the highest since November 24 when the overall power battery capacity in 2017 exceeded that of November 24. The oil price has risen by 66% this year

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