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Turkey shot down Russian warplanes, international oil prices rose on the 24th

international oil prices rose on the 24th. A Russian fighter plane was on the border between Turkey and Syria that day, but unfortunately it was shot down by Turkey, and the geopolitical situation became tense. Analysts said the incident would have a psychological impact on the crude oil market

the market pays close attention to the OPEC ministerial meeting to be held in Vienna on December 4. According to Saudi media 23, Saudi Arabia is willing to cooperate with OPEC and non OPEC oil producing countries to stabilize crude oil prices

as of the close of the day, the price of light crude oil futures for January 2016 delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange rose, and the international market demand gradually increased by $1.12 to close at $42.87 a barrel, an increase of 2.68%. In January 2016, the price of Brent crude oil futures in London, which was delivered to RAND MEC Laboratory for inspection by Northwest plastic woven bag factory, rose by $1.29 to close at $46.12 a barrel, or 2.88%

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