Istanbul conference fermentation of the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and Click [I want to complain], Sina help you expose them! Huitong network October 7th hearing – Thursday (October 5th), the New York Mercantile Exchange in November WTI crude oil futures prices rose $0.61, or 1.2%, to close at $50.44 a barrel, the highest closing price since the closing record in June 9th; at the same time, London ICE Futures Europe exchange in December Brent crude oil futures prices rose $0.65, or 1.3%, closing at $52.51 a barrel, but also for the highest closing price since the beginning of June. Phillip futures group (Price Futures Group) senior market analyst Phil Flynn said that hurricane Matthew is close to the United States Coast, OPEC and Rowley Buddha as non OPEC producers are meeting in Istanbul to discuss the effects of alliance, these factors are to some extent affected the price of crude oil. But Phil Flynn further said that in the short term hurricane "Matthew" on the demand for crude oil pressure may be greater than the supply, and in further down the supply of crude oil; in the past 5 weeks, crude oil supply decline reached the highest level in history, oil prices may turn to the other port transport of crude oil, or wait for the past and the impact on the hurricane. The export of crude oil a few days, more than a few days. Although some states have been queuing at the phenomenon, and even some gas station appeared oil shortage, but the GasBuddy analyst Patrick DeHaan believes that the adverse effects of the hurricane on the crude oil demand, to boost oil demand offset before the hurricane. The oil price information service company (OPIS) Tom Kloza global energy director said, "Matthew" is not expected to undermine U.S. crude oil refining equipment and infrastructure, and its impact on the oil supply material is little; in fact, with the continuous withdrawal of population in Southeast caused by hurricane, future demand for oil in this area will feed a few days down but, this factor may offset the previous market bullish factor for crude oil. (pictured: market on November U.S. WTI crude oil and Brent crude oil "expected price") due to the recent optimism influenced by OPEC production meeting, this may mean that a OPEC agreement with limited production, some investors stand on oil prices may change. OPEC sources said, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Iraq and other major oil producers OPEC representatives of the country, will be held next week in Istanbul, the energy industry conference with the non OPEC oil producing countries in Russia meeting. OPEC in September 28th at an informal meeting held in Algiers announced that it hopes to reduce production to 3250-3300 million barrels per day, oil prices have risen by $6. Production cuts will lead to a reduction of about 700 thousand barrels a day, analysts estimate that the current global oversupply theory相关的主题文章: