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????中国石化消息网讯 据路透社9月9日报道,石硼酐油期货收复了前一交易日的部分损失,但一些国家新冠肺炎病例的反弹,减弱了全球需求稳步复苏的盼望。

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????中国石化消息网讯 据路透社9月9日报道,石硼酐油期货收复了前一交易日的部分损失,但一些国家新冠肺炎病例的反弹,减弱了全球需求稳步复苏的盼望。

????格林尼治标定时间07:52,布伦特原硼酐油LCOc1上涨44美分,涨幅为1.1%,至每桶40.22美元。周二,布伦特原硼酐油自6月以来首次跌破每桶40美元,跌幅超过5%。美国原硼酐油期货CLc1上涨50美分,至每桶37.26美元,涨幅为1.4%,前一交易日下跌近8%。两大重要石硼酐油基准价格均接近3个月低点。

????随着印度、英国、西班牙和美国部分地区冠状病毒病例的增长四川人事考试网,全球健康危急继承蔓延。疫情可能会减缓全球经济复苏,并削减对从航空燃硼酐油到柴硼酐油等各种燃料的需求。

????摩根士丹利透露表现百度网站排名,短期石硼酐油市场基本面看起来十分疲软,需求复苏脆弱,库存和闲置产能高企,炼硼酐油利润率低。不过营销策划公司,因为美元走软和通胀预期上升,该行将2021年下半年布伦特原硼酐油价格预期略微上调至每桶50美元。

????欧佩克及其盟友创纪录的减产支持了硼酐油价,但因为几乎天天都有严厉的经济数据宣布,石硼酐油需求的前景依然黯淡。

????王佳晶 摘译自 路透社

????原文如下:

????Oil prices reverse some losses but demand concerns persist

????Oil futures clawed back some of the losses they sustained in the previous session, but a rebound in COVID-19 cases in some countries undermined hopes for a steady recovery in global demand.

????Brent crude LCOc1 was up 44 cents, or 1.1%, at $40.22 a barrel by 0752 GMT after dropping more than 5% on Tuesday to fall below $40 a barrel for the first time since June.

????U.S. crude CLc1 was up 50 cents, or 1.4%, at $37.26 a barrel, having fallen nearly 8% in the previous session.

????Both major oil benchmarks are trading close to three-month lows.

????The global health crisis continues to flare with coronavirus cases rising in India, Great Britain, Spain and several parts of the United States.

????The outbreaks are threatening to slow a global economic recovery and reduce demand for fuels from aviation gas to diesel.

????“Short-term oil market fundamentals look soft: the demand recovery is fragile, inventories and spare capacity are high, and refining margins are low,” Morgan Stanley said.

????Yet, the bank raised its Brent price forecast slightly higher to $50 a barrel for the second half of 2021 with the dollar weakening and rising inflation expectations, it said.

????Record supply cuts by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and allies, known as OPEC+ have helped support prices, but with grim economic figures being reported almost daily, the outlook for demand for oil remains bleak.