盈佳国际注册送金·油价周三回落 对明年需求走强的憧憬抑制油价跌势

2020-01-11 12:48:12编辑:admin

盈佳国际注册送金·油价周三回落 对明年需求走强的憧憬抑制油价跌势

盈佳国际注册送金,据路透社12月18日新加坡报道,美国行业数据显示,上周美国原油库存意外增加,油价周三回落,但对明年需求走强的憧憬抑制了油价跌势。

周三格林威治标准时间7时30分,布伦特原油期货价格下跌38美分,跌幅0.57%,至每桶65.72美元。国际基准油价周二上涨1.2%,至每桶66.10美元。

西德克萨斯中质原油期货下跌46美分,跌幅0.75%,至每桶60.48美元。

市场利好帮助缓解了石油市场的压力,油价在上一交易日涨幅超过1%,随后周三出现下跌,

axitrader市场策略师stephen innes表示:“美国一周原油库存报告显示库存意外增加后,原油市场强劲涨势几近停滞” 不过,他补充说:“这不太可能成为改变大局的因素。”

“目前正寄希望于需求驱动的根本性转变,这可能加快原油市场在2020年第一季重新平衡的速度。”

美国石油协会(api)的行业组织数据显示,截至12月13日当周,美国原油库存增加470万桶,至4.52亿桶,而分析师的预期为减少130万桶。

但oanda资深亚太市场分析师jeffrey halley认为,美国能源信息署(eia)将于周三晚些时候发布的美国原油库存若为下降,可能会进一步推动油价上涨。

halley表示,周三上午油价的下跌“微不足道,油价走势仍然不错”。

石油输出国组织(opec)与俄罗斯等其他产油国进一步减产,持续支撑市场人气,防止油价大跌。

opec+自今年1月1日以来每日减产120万桶石油当量。将从2020年1月1日起进一步削减50万桶/日的石油供应,以支撑市场。

摘译自 路透社

原文如下:

oil skids as u.s. inventories pile up, but demand hopes stem bigger drop

oil prices dropped on wednesday after u.s. industry data showed a surprise build in crude inventories, but expectations for firmer demand next year kept losses in check.

brent crude futures dropped 38 cents, or 0.57%, to $65.72 a barrel by 0730 gmt on wednesday. the international benchmark rose 1.2% to $66.10 a barrel on tuesday.

west texas intermediate (wti) crude futures fell 46 cents, or 0.75%, to $60.48 per barrel.

wednesday's declines followed a gain of more than 1% in the previous session as the deal announced last week eased pressure on the oil benchmarks.

prior to the agreement, oil markets were hampered by worries over the economic impact of the trade dispute between the world's two biggest oil consumers.

"the sizzling oil market rally came to a grinding halt after an unexpected climb in the weekly u.s. crude inventory report," said stephen innes, market strategist at axitrader. however, he added that "it's unlikely to be a game-changer."

"investors have transcended the deal-inspired relief rally euphoria, and are now banking on a fundamental demand-driven shift that could quicken the pace of the oil market rebalancing in the first quarter of 2020."

u.s. crude inventories climbed 4.7 million barrels in the week to dec. 13 to 452 million, compared with analysts' expectations for a draw of 1.3 million barrels, data from industry group the american petroleum institute showed.

but a drop in official inventory data from the u.s. energy information administration (eia) due later on wednesday could give oil more upward impetus, said jeffrey halley, senior market analyst for asia pacific at oanda.

the drop in prices wednesday morning "are minuscule, with oil's price action continuing to be constructive," halley said.

deeper production cuts coming from the organization of the petroleum exporting countries and allies such as russia - a group known as opec+ - also continued to support market sentiment and prevented a further slide in prices.

opec+, which has cut production by 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd) since jan. 1 this year, will make a further oil supply cut of 500,000 bpd from jan. 1, 2020, to support the market.