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On Friday, U.S. oil fell 3.7% cloth oil fell 4% U.S. stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes Sina warrants Stocks – 10 am Beijing time, crude oil futures prices fell Friday, taking most of the gains yesterday. Analysts warned that the Gulf of Mexico storm last week on the production of crude oil and transport interference has been in the past, with the production and transportation back to normal, the U.S. crude oil supply may rebound rapidly. Yesterday, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported that affected by the storm, the United States last week, crude oil inventories fell 14 million 500 thousand barrels a day, the biggest decline since 1990. New York Mercantile Exchange in October delivery of crude oil (WTI) futures prices fell $1.74, or $3.7%, to close at $45.88 a barrel on Friday. This week, WTI futures rose 3.2%. Brent crude futures for October delivery fell $1.98, or $4%, to settle at $48.01 a barrel on Friday. ENERGY, founder and CEO of GRZ Anthony, an energy firm, wrote on Friday that crude oil prices would not rise to $60 a barrel in a short time, and would not even touch the $50 mark level of $a barrel. He believes that crude oil fundamentals indicate that oil prices may fall back to $30 a barrel, the current U.S. crude oil inventories fell mainly due to the impact of the Gulf of Mexico storm, rather than demand recovery. Editor: SF065 Zhangjun相关的主题文章: