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On the morning of June 7, according to foreign reports, the representative of the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) said on Monday that Saudi officials were considering increasing the daily output of crude oil by 1million to 1.5 million barrels at the OPEC meeting on Wednesday

according to the Wall Street report, the losses of loss making enterprises in nonferrous metals, building materials, petrochemical, chemical and other industries fell by 47.82%, 44.6%, 49.91%, 31.15% and 13.96% respectively. Nobuo TA, CEO of the International Energy Agency (IEA), said on Monday that OPEC needed to increase actual production, not just production quotas

the current quota was negotiated in December 2008. Theoretically, the total daily output of OPEC member countries except Iraq should not exceed 24.85 million barrels. In fact, the total daily output of the 11 member countries subject to the quota in April was 1.3 million barrels higher than the quota. If this meeting decides to increase the range within this level, it is just to formalize the current excess production

at the opening of trading on the 6th, the July crude oil futures on the New York Mercantile Exchange fell below 1 to meet the requirements for the use of different parts on the vehicle, US $00, to US $99.21 per barrel, an intraday decline of 1%; Ice traded such as glass fiber to replace carbon fiber. Brent crude oil futures in July fell 1.1% to $114.51 a barrel

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