Overnight Market Review (2022.10.4) Multiple positives boosted oil prices by more than 4.5%, and the United States has raised its LNG prices
In early Asian trade, U.S. oil was trading at $83.47 a barrel; oil prices surged more than 4.5% on Monday, as OPEC+ considered reducing output by more than 1 million barrels a day to support prices, which will be the most since the start of the new crown epidemic. The largest production cut; in addition, the increase in the leakage of the “Beixi-2” natural gas pipeline, while the United States has increased its LNG prices and sales, and EU member states have agreed to train 15,000 Ukrainian soldiers, escalating geopolitical tensions.
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