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OPEC production negotiations no solution to the pressure on the oil market once again hot columns of thousands of shares of the capital flow of thousands of shares to review the latest rating simulation trading client We want you! The first 2016 China Potter Rockefeller award officially started! Funds, insurance, brokerage and other financial institutions, information management capabilities which is better? Please click [vote], select the strongest institutions in your heart! Original title: OPEC cut oil market consultation no solution under pressure again, reporter Wang Zhoujie, editor of millet after two days of negotiations, the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) production issues still no solution. Because Iran and Iraq and other countries want immunity, leading to internal differences within opec. The problem has not yet reached the final decision to make international oil prices under pressure last week, New York and London crude oil prices fell between the two indicators hit the highest since mid September. Last weekend, OPEC officials and members of the non OPEC countries, including Russia, held a two day consultation in Vienna to discuss how to take measures to stabilize oil prices. However, due to differences in the internal implementation of OPEC on how to cut the issue of disagreement, leading to the parties after the negotiations failed to reach any cooperation agreement. According to overseas media reports, as Iran and Iraq are hoping to get cut immunity, consultations therefore deadlocked. Azerbaijan energy minister Natiq Aliyev said that from November 25th to 26, the oil producing countries will be held again, and the final result will depend on the attitude of Iran and iraq. Data released by Beck, an oil services firm, showed a 2 reduction in the number of active rigs in the United States last week, ending the momentum of the 17 consecutive year in, according to Mr Hughes. Still, investors’ attention is still focused on OPEC’s failure to agree on a plan to cut production, which led to a slump in international oil prices last week. In last Friday’s trading, New York and London crude oil futures prices fell 2% in recent months, respectively, and 1.5%. From the weekly view, the two are in decline around 4%, the highest since mid September its worst week. Easecredit financial headquarters China District deputy chief business officer Zhu Wenhao said, the current OPEC only allows Iran and Nigeria in three countries, Libya and Iraq did not request exemption from production, may be exempted by the exemption, because Iraq will require Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries, OPEC cut more. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Research Department of commodity research department director Rabah Arezki and economist Matsumoto Tetsuhito recently wrote that the price of oil in recent months has stabilized, but there is good reason to believe that oil prices will not return to the historical high before the collapse of two years ago. They believe that, on the one hand, shale oil production at a lower price increases the supply permanently. OPEC’s willingness to cooperate with other oil exporting countries is expected to raise prices to further boost the production of shale oil producers. On the other hand, demand will be constrained by slowing growth in emerging markets and global efforts to reduce carbon emissions. All this will bring new changes to the oil market. THE_END into theory相关的主题文章: