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U.S. industrial output data rose nearly 1% to Haomei crude oil

U.S. industrial output data rose nearly 1% to Haomei crude oil

December 17, 2013

[China paint information] U.S. crude oil futures rose slightly at the beginning of the session in New York on Monday (December 16), and set a new intraday high of $97.64/barrel, because the U.S. industrial output data in November was better than expected, Meanwhile, supply concerns reignited in Japan as Libya failed to reach an agreement with tribal leaders to end the blockade of several crude oil export ports

data released by the Federal Reserve (FED) on Monday showed that the growth rate of industrial output in the United States further accelerated in November, and the continuous growth of manufacturing activities increased uncertainty about whether the Fed would reduce the scale of quantitative easing (QE) this week

data show that the industrial output of the United States in November increased by 1.1% compared with the previous month, with an estimated increase of 0.5%. The growth rate of industrial output in November was the largest since November 2012; Industrial output in October increased by 0.1% after correction, and the initial value fell by 0.1%

the survey results released by Markit, the data compilation agency, on Monday showed that the initial value of the U.S. manufacturing purchasing manager index (PMI) in December was 54.4, and the final value in October was 5. The harmony of enterprises covers the harmony between internal employees of 4.7. A PMI index higher than 50.0 indicates that the manufacturing industry expanded compared with the previous month, and a PMI index lower than 50.0 indicates that it contracted compared with the previous month

due to the continued strike of oil workers, civil servants, tribes and their protesters in this desert country's oil fields and the blockage of ports, Libya's crude oil exports fell from 1million barrels per day in July to 110000 barrels per day. Western countries are worried that Libya will fall into chaos. The government of Tripoli is trying to contain the militias and tribal organizations that overthrew Gaddafi in 2011. They are still armed and control parts of this OPEC country

Michael Lynch, an analyst at strategic energy economic research, said, "in order to ensure clear imaging, Biya is expected to get some support from the reopening of the country's oil port due to the opposition's refusal to hand over control, and supply concerns are rising again. In addition, the positive U.S. economic data released within the day is expected to boost the country's crude oil demand."

gene mcgillian, an analyst at tradition energy, said, "after the news that the Libyan port has not reopened, Brent oil prices have been rising, which also widened its crude oil premium to the United States for the second consecutive day. In addition, given the current situation, it is still difficult for Libya to reach an agreement to reopen the port."

at 01:35 Beijing time, NYMEX crude oil futures reported 97 Drive the stretching AIDS (or tightening, zigzag and other AIDS) to move up and down by $43/barrel

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