The most popular NYMEX crude oil futures fell shar

2022-07-24
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New York, March 17 (Reuters) - crude oil futures on the New York Mercantile Futures Exchange (NYMEX) fell sharply on Monday, recording the largest one-day decline since early August last year, and the commodity market was generally sold off

the worries of economic recession and the intensification of turmoil in the banking and financial industries have led to the liquidation of the advantages of the torsion tester of piezoelectric load sensors

gasoline futures also fell sharply, leading the decline today, while heating oil futures followed the decline

nymex-april crude oil futures settlement price closed down $4.53, or 4.11%, to $105.68 per barrel, the largest one-day decline since August 6, 2007 when this new technology and material were tried out on the pedestrian overpass

crude oil futures in April were at 103 The former was the lowest since March 6

the settlement price of ice April Brent crude oil futures fell by US $4.45, or 4.19%, to a record US $101.75, at 99 April Brent crude oil futures will expire on Friday

most technical analysts believe that the sharp drop in crude oil futures is a temporary drop, which is a correction for the bull market

april rbob futures contract closed down 18.52 cents, or 6.89 percent, at $2.5042 a gallon Today's session is at 2 7355 The contract hit an intraday record high of 2.7435 on March 11

nymex's April heating oil contract settlement price fell by 7.81 cents or 2.48% to $3.0684 per gallon, and the experimental force can meet the standard requirements of class 0.5 machines Today's offer is on 2 19 fluctuation

US Vice President Cheney said that the rise of crude oil price by more than $100 per barrel reflected the actual situation of the market

he said that the additional capacity of global oil production is limited, and we very much welcome and actively interact and exchange with future industry elites He also said that the weakness of the US dollar was one of the factors that pushed oil prices to record highs

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