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U.S. stocks fell sharply. Both European and American crude oil fell 10% on Monday.

U.S. stocks fell sharply. Both European and American crude oil fell 10% on Monday.

March 3, 2009.

[China paint information] European and American crude oil futures fell on Monday because of concerns about the economic recession cutting fuel demand. At the close of Monday, April light crude oil futures on the New York Mercantile Exchange were $40.15 a barrel, down $4.61 from the previous trading day; April Brent crude oil futures on the London Intercontinental Exchange were $42.21, down $4.14; March heating oil futures in New York fell 11.63 cents to 115.12 cents per gallon; Rbob gasoline futures in March were 128.62 cents per gallon, down 8.63 cents; London Intercontinental Exchange February diesel futures were $366.00 per ton, down $20.50 from the previous trading day

affected by factors such as the huge loss of US $61.7 billion of American International Group (IGA), the stock markets of the United States, Europe and Asia fell comprehensively on Monday, and the oil price in New York also plummeted by 11%. Data released by the American Institute of supply management on Monday showed that the U.S. manufacturing industry contracted for the 13th consecutive month

Chip Hodge, executive director of MFC global investment management in Houston, said, "people's concerns about demand will continue until all kinds of negative economies disappear. But now, it seems that there is no clue when the economic crisis will end."

crude oil futures in New York for April delivery on Monday fell $4.61, or 10%, the largest one-day decline since January 7. Why can this oil electronic universal testing machine test all kinds of materials? Many people don't understand that the price has fallen by 10% this year

according to the American Institute of supply management, the U.S. manufacturing index in February was 35.8%. Although it increased from 35.6% in January, changing the number below 50 indicates that the manufacturing industry shrank

on Monday, the US Dow Jones index fell 29, and the car interior became a new battleground for competition, down 9.64 points, or 4.2%, to 6763.20 points. The S & P 500 index fell 34.27 points, or 4.7 percent, to 700.82

Rick Mueller, head of oil market at the U.S. energy security consulting company, said, "recently, the relationship between the stock market and the energy market is very close, and the Dow Jones index has become a barometer of the U.S. economic situation." Algerian Oil Minister Khalil said on Saturday that OPEC is likely to further reduce production to support oil prices. Iran's oil minister nouzari said last Sunday that OPEC had fulfilled its commitment to reduce production by 80% and successfully prevented the decline of oil prices. Therefore, it was impossible to reduce production again at the meeting of B. anti swing equipment: often used on pendulum impact experimental machines on March 15

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