The OPEC protocol is expected to boost oil prices closed higher Monday

Oil prices closed higher Monday OPEC agreement is expected to boost U.S. stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes Sina warrants Stocks – 20 am Beijing time, crude oil futures prices closed higher Monday. Venezuela said OPEC and non OPEC member states are about to reach an agreement to stabilize global crude oil supply, so that oil prices are supported. Libya, Africa, the weekend of military conflict also pushed up oil prices. New York Mercantile Exchange in October delivery of West Dezhou crude oil (WTI) futures prices rose 27 cents, or 0.6%, to close at $43.30 a barrel. Brent crude futures rose 18 cents, or $0.4%, to settle at $45.95 a barrel on November. According to Reuters, Venezuelan President Maduro said on Sunday, the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and non OPEC countries "close" to a stable oil market agreement, and said he hopes to announce the agreement this month. Algeria’s state news agency APS said on Sunday, said OPEC Secretary General Barkin to visit the country, members of the OPEC informal meeting in Algiers this month to reach a consensus, will be held a special meeting to discuss the price. Barkin said he was optimistic about the September 26-28 meeting in Algeria. He had previously said, OPEC and non OPEC oil producers in Algiers will be discussed counseling, will not make important decisions. Algeria’s energy minister, Noureddine Bouterfa, said last week that OPEC and non OPEC oil producers have a consensus on the need to stabilize the oil market, and has been pushing to keep oil prices at around $50-60. Editor: SF065 Zhangjun相关的主题文章: