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Most of the weaker crude oil in the international futures market continued to fall

most of the weaker crude oil in the international futures market continued to fall

February 22, 2013

[China paint information] most varieties in the international futures market continued to be weak, of which crude oil fell by 2.5%, copper fell to the lowest in nearly two months, and some agricultural products also fell back and adjusted. Analysts said that the dollar rose and market risk appetite declined after the release of the minutes of the Federal Reserve meeting. In the short term, the market maintains a weak operation, so the whole process non grading rate is large

the U.S. stock market fell after the S & P 500 index hit its biggest decline since November. Concerns about the Federal Reserve's possible slowdown in the pace of stimulus measures increased, and investors were digesting corporate earnings reports. The S & P 500 index fell 0.6%, or 9.53 points, to 1502.42 at 4 p.m. local time in New York. The benchmark stock index fell 1.2% on Wednesday, and the market was worried that the Federal Reserve would gradually stop economic stimulus measures. Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 46.92 points, or 0.3%, to 13880.62 points on Thursday. About 7.7 billion shares changed hands on U.S. exchanges on Thursday, 25% higher than the three-month average

in New York, the euro fell below $1.32 for the first time in six weeks. The utilization of biomedical materials expanded to new fields such as wearable equipment, personalized implants and precision medicine. At the same time, the report of fiber as the main bearer of the load showed that the output value of the service industry and manufacturing industry in the euro zone shrank faster than economists expected in February. The euro fell 0.7% to US $1.3190 at 5 p.m. local time in New York, having previously fallen to US $1.3161, the lowest level since January 10. The rise of the US dollar index narrowed after the overall economic index of the Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank fell to -12.5 in February, the lowest level since June, and -5.8 in January. If the index is less than zero, it means that the manufacturing industry in this region, which covers eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and Delaware, has shrunk

U.S. crude oil futures fell 2.5% on Thursday to the lowest level since the beginning of the year. Therefore, data released by the former American Energy Information Association (EIA) showed that domestic commercial crude oil inventories increased last week. The settlement price of the more actively traded April contract fell $2.38 to $92.84 a barrel. Ice Brent crude oil futures contract price in April fell $1.593 to $113.67 a barrel. According to the data released by the EIA, the crude oil inventory in the United States increased by 4.14 million barrels to 376.4 million barrels as of February 15, the highest level since July last year. Due to the increase in imports and domestic output of the United States in the week, and the decline in crude oil processing volume of refineries, the previous market estimate was to increase by 1.8 million barrels

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