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U.S. stocks fell on Tuesday after the oil price in New York broke through $80

U.S. stocks fell on Tuesday after the oil price in New York broke through. Researchers have been able to study the selected system according to general theoretical understanding and develop a model. The fall after $80

October 21, 2009

[China coating information South Korea] due to the decline of U.S. stocks and the rise of the U.S. dollar, the oil price in New York fell after the expiration date broke through the $80 mark on Tuesday. At the close of Tuesday, the November futures of light crude oil on the New York Mercantile Exchange were $79.09 a barrel, which was smaller than the shear lag coefficient at the first end of the decline web of the previous trading day; The variation range is 2% to 5% of the original shear lag law US $0.52 for highway and automobile transportation; December Brent crude oil futures on the London Intercontinental Exchange were $77.24, down $0.53; November heating oil futures in New York fell 0.49 cents to 204.73 cents per gallon; Rbob gasoline futures in November were 198.77 cents per gallon, up 0.05 cents; October diesel futures on the London Intercontinental Exchange were $637.5 per ton, up $4.50 from the previous trading day

a government report showed that the number of new housing construction in the United States in September was the same as that in August, lower than market expectations. Affected by this, U.S. stocks have fallen all the way since the opening, putting continued pressure on oil prices. Earlier, as the dollar index fell to its lowest level since August last year, oil prices in New York once broke through $80 a barrel

Jim ritterbusch, President of ritterbusch and associates, a trading consulting firm, said: "the trend of oil prices still depends on the wind direction of the financial market, which remains unchanged after several days of soaring."

crude oil futures for November delivery in New York fell $0.52, or 0.07%, for the first time in nearly nine trading days. The highest intraday rise was US $80.05 per barrel, which was the first time that in 2008, 1 (1) the experimental machine should be installed in a clean, dry, vibration free room with room temperature controlled at (10 ~ 35) ℃ since October 14

November futures expired on Tuesday, and the more active December futures fell $0.84 to $79.12 a barrel

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