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Profit taking made the oil price stable and fell. U.S. crude oil rose for seven consecutive weeks. Profit taking made the oil price stable and fell. U.S. crude oil rose for seven consecutive weeks. January 28, 2013

[China paint information] crude oil prices fell steadily on Friday, and traders took profits. The previous strong data released by major economies raised the optimism of the market on the global economic fitness, supporting the market to hold this week's rise

Brent crude oil futures closed flat today, while U.S. crude oil futures fell, but recorded a seven week rise, the longest rise since the beginning of 2009

a survey released by IFO, a German economic think tank, on Friday showed that IFO in Germany expected an annual growth rate of more than 15% in January, and the business climate judgment index rose for three consecutive months to a high of more than half a year, indicating that the momentum of Europe's largest economy has increased

a number of banks will repay about 137billion euros of three-year loans from the European Central Bank next week and choose to return funds in advance, indicating that at least some financial systems are returning to stability. The European Central Bank said on Friday that 278 banks had decided to take the earliest opportunity to repay their loans on January 30. A total of 523 banks obtained two batches of long-term loans from the capital injection operation in December 2011. On Monday, the y-axis check of the operation of the work platform expected that the bank would repay about 1 billion euros of the first round of long-term refinancing operation (ltro) loans by the end of 2016

Brent crude oil futures in March closed flat at $113.28 a barrel, with an intraday high of $113.84

US crude oil futures fell slightly by US $0.07 to settle at US $95.88 per barrel, with a daily high of US $96.56, up 0.3% this week

gasoline futures rose the most today, up 0.54%, heating oil futures fell, despite the cold weather in the northeast of the United States

the American Energy Information Association (EIA) announced on Thursday that gasoline inventories in the United States decreased by 1.74 million barrels a week to 233.26 million barrels, with an estimated increase of 1.5 million barrels. Data support gasoline futures

eia said that crude oil and distillate stocks in the United States increased in a week

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