期货中国:原油价格走低 仍然看好市场

发布者:中信建投期货杭州分公司 发布时间: 2020-01-02 09:36

上周,欧盟成员国内部就希腊第二轮援助计划未能达成一致,引发市场对希腊债务违约和欧洲经济极度恐慌与担忧。虽然17日德国和法国表示会救助希腊,但投资者对希腊债务违约的担忧情绪丝毫未减。同时,杭州远发期货配资由于通胀形势日益严峻,新兴国家继续采取抗通胀措施,如印度宣布加息,中国年内第六次提高存款准备金率。

Last week, the failure of EU Member States to agree on Greece's second aid package sparked panic and concern about Greece's debt default and the European economy. Although Germany and France said on the 17th that they would rescue Greece, investors'worries about Greece's debt default remained unchanged. At the same time, due to the increasingly severe inflation situation, emerging countries continue to take anti-inflation measures, such as India's announcement of interest rate hike, China's sixth increase in deposit reserve ratio in the year.

纽约商交所(NYMEX)七月轻质低硫原油期货合约结算价涨25美分为每桶93.26美元,涨幅0.3%,盘中最低跌至每桶91.14美元。伦敦洲际交易所(ICE)八月布伦特原油期货合约结算价跌1.52美元为每桶111.69美元。

New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) July light low sulfur crude oil futures contract settlement price rose 25 cents to $93.26 per barrel, an increase of 0.3%, the lowest drop to $91.14 per barrel. The London Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) clearing price for Brent crude oil futures contracts fell $1.52 to $111.69 a barrel in August.

综合媒体6月17日报道,纽约商业交易所(NYMEX)原油期货17日收盘跌至4个月低位,因对希腊债务危机和美国经济增长放缓的担忧持续打压油价。

Comprehensive media reported on June 17 that crude oil futures on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) closed at a four-month low on June 17, as concerns about the Greek debt crisis and the slowdown in U.S. economic growth continued to depress oil prices.

NYMEX 7月轻质低硫原油期货合约结算价跌1.94美元,至每桶93.01美元,跌幅2.04%,创2月18日以来的最低结算价。6月17日当周油价大跌6.3%,为5月初商品市场普跌以来最大周度跌幅。

NYMEX's July settlement price for light and low sulphur crude oil futures fell $1.94 to $93.01 a barrel, or 2.04%, the lowest settlement price since February 18. Oil prices fell 6.3% in the week of June 17, the biggest weekly drop since the commodity market plunged in early May.

希腊债务危机重新成为包括油市在内的多个市场的推动因素。当围绕该国偿还债务能力的担忧加重时,交易员会抛售原油等高风险资产。投资者担心,债务违约可能会引发对欧洲更大负债国的担忧,并对欧洲银行业造成打击,从而令经济复苏步伐放缓。

The Greek debt crisis has re-emerged as a driving force in many markets, including the oil market. When concerns about the country's ability to repay its debts grow, traders sell risky assets such as crude oil. Investors fear that default could trigger fears for Europe's larger debtors and hit European banks, slowing the pace of economic recovery.


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