After hours of energy - crude oil closed down by $2.45, and inventory increased. After hours of energy, crude oil fell sharply by $5.
after hours of energy - crude oil closed down by $2.45. It is gratifying that Yuan inventory increased and fell sharply by $5. Crude oil futures fell sharply by $5 on Wednesday, but the decline was cut in the end. The Federal Reserve (FED) today decided to keep interest rates unchanged, but also said that the risk of rising inflation increased. The news weakened the dollar and cut the decline of crude oil. The US government report also showed that crude oil inventories increased unexpectedly last week, the first increase in six weeks. In the past month, the demand for crude oil products fell by more than 2%, which led to a decline in crude oil prices and fell to a low of more than two weeks in the morning. Crude oil in New York fell to a low of $132.03 in August, the lowest level since June 10. Then it rebounded slightly, ending at $134.55, down $2.45, or 1.8%. Analysts said there were preliminary signs of a decline in demand in the United States. Gasoline prices hit new highs and consumers have begun to reduce demand. This report shows that the demand for crude oil in the United States has fallen sharply, down 3.2% from the same period last year. The US energy information administration announced on Wednesday that US crude oil inventories increased by 800000 barrels to 301.8 million barrels in the week ending June 20. For the first time since May, inventory rose. Crude oil inventories have fallen by nearly 25million barrels in the past five weeks. The report of the US energy information administration also showed that the inventory of automotive gasoline decreased by 100000 barrels to 208.8 million barrels last week. Distillate storage increased by 2.8 million barrels to 119.4 million barrels. In July, reformulated gasoline fell 6.9 cents to close at $3.3941 per gallon, while hot fuel fell 6.4 cents to close at $3.7492 per gallon. Although the report of the energy information administration showed that the capacity utilization rate of the refinery fell to 88.6% last week, compared with 89.3% the previous week, the inventory of crude oil products was still good. In the past four weeks, the demand for automotive gasoline fell to an average of 9.3 million barrels per day, down 2.1% from the same period last year. In the past four weeks, the supply of crude oil products averaged 20.2 million barrels per day, down 2.3% from the same period last year. The average price of regular gasoline in the United States fell to $4.067 a gallon, from $4 on Tuesday, but this strategy will not be done at one go 069, but a sharp increase of 36.7% over the same period last year. Analysts said gasoline demand was particularly weak, driving down refinery capacity utilization. At this time in the past year, the capacity utilization rate of the refinery should be higher than 90%
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