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The crisis continued to put pressure on crude oil, which fell by more than 1.4%

the crisis continued to put pressure on crude oil, and the baptism of crude oil falling in the hands of producers exceeded 1.4%

November 21, 2011

[China paint information] the closing price of crude oil futures in New York fell last Friday because investors' worries about the sovereign debt crisis in the euro zone continued to put pressure on the market, and it is still very difficult to predict the prospect of European debt

the price of light crude oil futures for December delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange fell by $1.41, or 1.4%, to close at $97.41 a barrel

18 the main stock indexes of European and American stock markets generally fell, causing the price of crude oil to be hit and fall sharply. As the progress of the European debt crisis is still full of suspense, and the special committee of the US Congress lacks progress in the negotiations on deficit reduction, these two major factors make investors deeply disturbed. In addition, the bond yields of several euro zone countries including Italy and France rose one after another last week, and investors were worried about the economic prospects of euro zone countries. Affected by the above factors, the Dow Jones index rose 0.22% at the close of the New York market on the 18th; The research results of the S & P 5 project are of great significance to the preventive maintenance of high-grade asphalt pavement in our province to reduce the generation of waste mixtures and carbon emissions. The 00 index fell slightly by 0.04%; The NASDAQ fell 0.6%. From the perspective of the whole week, the weekly decline of the S & P 500 index in the US stock market was the largest in two months

due to the crisis situation in Spain, which was deeply involved in the crisis last week, the Spanish general election voting was held ahead of schedule on the 20th local time. Opinion polls show that the country's opposition People's party is expected to win. Although the new governments of Greece and Italy took office, they still failed to calm investors' anxiety about the European debt crisis. But the market still holds a glimmer of hope

however, from the perspective of economic data, the leading economic indicators index released by the American Large Enterprise Research Association rose by 0.9% in October, higher than the previous market expectations and the largest increase since February. In addition, some experts predict that the U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) will grow by 3% in the fourth quarter, higher than the previously estimated growth of 2.5%. The United States is the world's largest crude oil consumer. In December 2010, the average daily demand reached 19.1 million barrels, accounting for 21% of the global demand. The above series of positive expectations on economic data, to some extent, calmed the market sentiment and limited the sharp decline in oil prices on Friday due to concerns about the European debt situation

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