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International oil prices rose due to Japan's easing and the improvement of German investor confidence

international oil prices rose due to Japan's easing and the improvement of German investor confidence

January 23, 2013

[news that China's new paint will soon reach the stage where the amount of waste plastic is greater than the production of plastic products] oil prices rose on Tuesday (January 22), supported by the Bank of Japan's planned purchase of assets, And the strong investor confidence data in Germany has driven the outlook for fuel demand. On Tuesday, the Bank of Japan announced in detail that it would buy unlimited assets from next year and raise the inflation target to 2%, which is the most decisive measure taken by the central bank to end years of economic stagnation. This gave crude oil a boost

the German think tank ZEW released a monthly survey on Tuesday, which showed that analysts' and investors' views on the economy rose sharply for the second consecutive month, indicating that the impact of the eurozone crisis on Germany is not as serious as last year. After the release of the data, the market optimism increased

the number of uses in the United States can reach more than 50 times, and the rise of stocks has brought further support. Last Friday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S & P 500 index closed at a five-year high. Rbob gasoline futures led gains, rising more than 1% on expectations that the spring maintenance period may tighten supply

Brent March crude oil futures rose $0.71 to settle at $112.42/barrel. U.S. February crude oil futures expired after settlement today, closing up $0.68 to $96.24/barrel. March crude oil futures, which were more actively traded, rose $0.64 to settle at $96.68 per barrel

Brent crude oil futures traded actively, with today's Trading Volume 17% higher than the 30 day average, and the trading volume of U.S. crude oil futures was equivalent to the average

the U.S. financial market is closed on Monday (January 21) for Martin Luther King Day, and the weekly inventory data of the American Petroleum Association (API) will be pushed. "According to the introduction of construction experts, the data will be released one day later on Wednesday (January 23), and the data of the Energy Information Association (EIA) will be released on Thursday (January 24). According to analysts interviewed by foreign media, inventories of crude oil, gasoline and distillate oil in the United States increased last week

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