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NYMEX crude oil futures continued to rise in electronic trading, approaching $105 a barrel

U.S. crude oil futures rose to nearly $105 a barrel in electronic trading on Thursday, as the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) decided to maintain output levels unchanged, and data released by the U.S. government showed an unexpected reduction in crude oil inventories in the recent week, which supported oil prices

the New York Mercantile Futures Exchange (NYMEX) contract in April rose $0.26 to $104.78 a barrel on the Globex electronic trading system On Wednesday, it closed higher by $5 in the New York market, hitting a record high of $104.95 during the session, breaking the previous high hit on Monday. Consult the Jinan test salesperson at $103.95

OPEC's decision to maintain output unchanged pushed crude oil higher on Wednesday In addition, the use of Venezuela's new materials on the skeleton, nerira deployed armed forces on the border with neighboring Colombia on Wednesday, raising concerns about the situation in the region, which also provided oil price support

the American Energy Information Association (EIA) announced that U.S. crude oil inventories fell by 3.1 million barrels in the latest week, far from the increase of 2.4 million barrels expected by analysts

the dollar returned to its decline on Wednesday and fell to a record low against the euro, which also boosted the rise of NYMEX crude oil

Analysts said that due to the continued weakness of the dollar, speculative funds are expected to continue to push up commodity prices, including oil However, some profit selling is expected to emerge during the rise

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