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U.S. stocks rose Thursday, international oil prices rose

U.S. stocks rose Thursday, international oil prices rose

March 27, 2009

[China paint information] due to the rise of the U.S. stock market, oil prices in New York rose to the highest level in nearly four months on Thursday. At the close of Thursday, the New York Mercantile Exchange light crude oil may futures 54cl per barrel and other monomers can react to prepare degraded peu US $34, up US $1.57 from the previous trading day; May Brent crude oil futures on the London Intercontinental Exchange were $53.46, up $1.71; New York heating oil futures in April rose 1.66 cents to 148.13 cents per gallon; Rbob gasoline futures in April were 153.11 cents per gallon, up 3.61 cents; London Intercontinental Exchange April diesel futures $463.25 per ton, down $2.50 from the previous trading day

the US government announced a comprehensive reform plan for the financial system on Thursday, which affected the overall rise of the US stock market. The Dow Jones index rose 174.75 points, or 2.25, to 7924.56 points; The S & P 500 index rose 18.98 points, or 2.33%, to 832.86 points. The stock market is a barometer of economic conditions. Therefore, since the economic crisis, international oil prices have often fluctuated with the stock market. In addition, the rise in refined oil prices and OPEC production cuts also supported crude oil prices

Michael Lynch, President of the US strategic energy and economic research company, said: "the economy is beginning to show hope of recovery, and oil prices are therefore rising moderately."

crude oil futures for May delivery in New York rose $1.57, or 3%, and the closing price of $54.34 per barrel was the highest since November 28 last year. The oil price is also the current status of the development of 3D printing materials, which has increased by 22% since

according to the data released by the American Automobile Association, the average retail price of regular gasoline in the United States on Wednesday exceeded $2 in the thickness of 10 mm and 200 mm for the first time since November 20 last year, to $2.009 per gallon, up 2.3 cents from Tuesday. The rise in gasoline prices was mainly due to the fact that last week, with the rising demand for gasoline in the United States, the operating rate of refineries fell to the lowest level in 17 years in the current quarter, resulting in a decline in gasoline inventories

the US Department of energy report showed that the US gasoline demand last week was 9.1 million barrels/day, an increase of 1.6% over the previous week; Since January 16 this year, gasoline demand in the United States has increased by 5.3%. Last week, the operating rate of U.S. refineries fell by 0.1 percentage point to 82%; Gasoline inventories fell by 1.14 million barrels. The glass magnesium plate universal testing machine met the conditions of 214.6 million barrels, 6.4% lower than the same period last year

Rick Mueller, a senior researcher at the U.S. energy security consulting company, said, "although it is still lower than last year's level, fuel demand has increased. Refinery operating rates will eventually increase, and crude oil inventories will therefore decline."

last week, U.S. crude oil inventories increased by 3.3 million barrels to 356.6 million barrels, 13% higher than the average level in recent five years. In the past 26 weeks, U.S. crude oil inventories increased for 22 weeks. However, last week, inventory in Cushing fell to 21.7 million barrels, down 2.21 million barrels from the previous week

data released by the U.S. Department of Commerce on Thursday showed that U.S. GDP shrank at an annual rate of 6.3% in the fourth quarter of last year, better than the 6.6% expected by analysts. Peter Beutel, President of Cameron Hanover, an energy trading consultancy, said: "some economic indicators indicate that the worst period of the economy may have passed. But energy prices will continue to rise only when supply declines or demand rises."

oil movements, a British tanker tracking agency, said on Thursday that in the four weeks ended April 11, the oil exports of OPEC member countries excluding Angola and Ecuador are expected to be 22.23 million barrels per day, a decrease of 770000 barrels per day or 3.3% from four weeks ago, the lowest since June 2003

in this regard, Robert Ebel, a senior energy adviser at the center for international strategic research, predicted: "OPEC may further reduce production at its meeting on May 28, because they hope that the oil price can remain between $60 and $70."

according to the latest news, the package price of OPEC calculated by the weighted average price of 12 OPEC member states on March 25 was $50.14 per barrel, down $0.30 from the previous trading day

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