The hottest international oil price fell below US

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The international oil price fell below $61 again

the international oil price fell below $61 again

in November 2006, it will be Volvo's first model with carbon fiber body. On October 10, the international oil price rose by 2% on Thursday. OPEC's statement of further production reduction in December and the decline in total U.S. oil inventories pushed European and American crude oil futures to exceed $60 a barrel, and then quickly exceed $61 a barrel. At the close of Thursday, December light crude oil futures on the New York Mercantile Exchange were $61.16 a barrel, up $1.33 from the previous trading day; London Intercontinental Exchange Brent crude oil December futures rose $1.73 to $61.32; New York heating oil futures in December rose by 174.56 cents per gallon, hoping to help everyone by 3.50 cents; Gasoline futures in December closed at 160.10 cents per gallon, up 3.74 cents; In December, Bob vacuum gilded gasoline futures on the section closed at 160.52 cents per gallon, up 2.75 cents from the previous trading day; November diesel futures on the London Intercontinental Exchange closed at US $542.75 per ton, up US $5.50 per day from the previous trading and turning the dial pointer to the hitting energy scale

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