International oil prices closed higher on 30th
On the same day, the weakening of the U.S. dollar increased the investment attractiveness of dollar-denominated oil. In addition, the market is also paying close attention to the national commercial crude oil inventory data that the US Energy Information Administration will publish on the 31st. At present, the market generally expects US commercial crude oil inventories to decline last week.
By the end of the day, New York Mercantile Exchange , the future price of light crude oil delivering in July rose by $1.48 and closed at $68.21 a barrel with an increase of 2.22%. the future price of London Brent crude oil delivering in July rose by $2.11 and closed at $77.50 a barrel with a increase of 2.80%.
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