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2022-08-07
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Crude oil fell below $78, the third largest drop in history

crude oil fell below $78, the third largest drop in history

affected by the intensification of the financial crisis, the price of crude oil futures fell sharply last week. 3. The oil cylinder rose by about 1mm. The settlement price of November crude oil futures on the New York Mercantile Exchange fell by US $8.89 to US $77.70 per barrel, or 10.3%, the lowest level since September 10, 2007. In dollar terms, crude oil futures recorded the third largest one-day decline in history on Friday. The largest one-day decline was in January, 1991, down $10.56, and the second largest one-day decline was in September 29, down $10.52

last week, the oil price fell by $16.18, or 17.2%. At present, the crude oil price has dropped 47.5% since the record high of 147.27 US dollars set on July 11

ice futures exchange November Brent crude oil futures closed down $9.01 to $73.65 a barrel

a total of 1.8 million people. The slowdown of global economic growth has brought a severe test to the demand of the oil market. The International Energy Agency (IEA) lowered its global crude oil demand forecast last Friday, reducing its 2008 daily demand forecast by 240000 barrels to 86.5 million barrels, and its 2009 daily demand by 440000 barrels to 87.2 million barrels

november rbob gasoline futures closed down 22.03 cents, or 10.87%, at $1.8070, with a trading range of 1 US $9836, the lowest since the former hit US $1.7825 on february28,2007

november heating oil futures closed down 20.86 cents, or 8.62%, and the settlement price was $2.2100 per gallon. The intraday trading range was 2 US $3895, the lowest since the former hit US $2.1737 on October 10, 2007

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