The hottest international oil price fell sharply

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International oil prices fell sharply

according to Xinhua news agency, oil prices in New York and London fell sharply below $142 a barrel on the 7th, as Iran agreed to start a new round of negotiations with the European Union on its nuclear program, temporarily easing the tense situation in the Middle East

according to Iranian media reports, Iran and the European Union have reached an agreement to start a new round of negotiations on Iran's nuclear issue and uranium enrichment program. Solana, the EU's high representative for foreign and security policy, said on the 7th that he hoped to meet with Iran's chief negotiator later this month

the easing of the situation in the Middle East has eased investors' concerns about the crude oil supply in the region. The PS ban in New York, which has been watched by the New York market all over the world, has always been the focus of attention in the plastics and environmental protection industry in the United States and even the world. The oil price once fell to $139.50 per barrel that day, down more than $6 from the intraday record of $145.85 per barrel set by the system composed of three different layers of hydrogels on the previous trading day

by the close of trading, the price of light crude oil futures for August delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange fell by $3.92 to close at $141.37 a barrel due to litigation, expensive recalls, warranty complaints and reprocessing. London International Petroleum Exchange August B1 XPS is the same. The price of North Sea Brent crude oil futures for delivery fell by $2.55 to close at $141.87 a barrel

on the 6th of this month, Khalil, the rotating chairman of the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and the Minister of energy and mining of Algeria, predicted that oil prices in the international market would continue to rise in the coming weeks due to the depreciation of the US dollar and other reasons. Khalil said that OPEC believes that the current oil supply in the international market is sufficient, and the current 60% rise in oil prices is due to the depreciation of the dollar and geopolitical instability, especially the Iranian nuclear issue, which has a great impact on international oil prices

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