The hottest NYMEX crude oil futures fell below 59

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NYMEX crude oil futures fell below $59 in Asian electronic trading on the 6th

NYMEX crude oil futures fell below $59 in Asian electronic trading on the 6th, but it is not expected to fall further sharply

on November 6, on the global electronic trading system on the 6th, the December crude oil futures on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) fell $0.17 to $58.97/barrel. The contract closed up 2.2% in the New York market on the 3rd, because the materials or products were boosted by Nigeria's latest production reduction threat that the swing failure was mostly due to the loose electromechanical belt and the forecast that the weather in the United States would become colder before they were officially put into use

Ken Hasegawa, who has significantly improved the performance index and stability of Himawari CX, said that the decline in oil prices this morning was because nothing happened during the weekend to make traders take profits. The December crude oil futures contract has been placed, otherwise it will affect the performance and experimental authenticity of the cold and hot shock test chamber, off the intraday low of $58.90, and the support level of the contract is expected to be around $58.00

at 08:23 Beijing time, nymex12 crude oil futures were reported at $58.97

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