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Us WTI crude oil is down 8.9% this week. Brent crude oil is down 7.7%.
Crude oil futures closed down on Friday in the early morning of the 21st Beijing time. So far, oil prices have fallen for the seventh trading day in a row. Us WTI crude oil futures fell nearly 9% this week on fears that the accelerated spread of the new Guandelta mutant will hit energy demand. Peter McNally, an oil industry insider, said: "growing concern about the Delta mutant overshadowed the near-term demand outlook for all commodities, including oil." On Friday, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) for September delivery fell $1.37, or nearly 2.2, on the New York Mercantile Exchange.
The latest trend of Wall Street predators: Goldman Sachs Group bought Alibaba Group Holding Ltd Soros to clear Tencent Music.
The trend of the investment predators on Wall Street has always been concerned by the market, and the change in the position of the investment predators may become a new weather vane for the market. Recently, the positions of these investment giants in the second quarter were announced. Soros's family office continued to bet on technology stocks in the second quarter after the Soros fund continued to bet on technology stocks against the market in the first quarter. According to overseas media reports, according to the 13F report submitted to the regulator by Soros Fund Management, Soros's family office, Soros Fund Management did more than 24 stocks in the second quarter, including three leading technology stocks such as Amazon.Com Inc; a total of 14 stocks were cleared, reducing their holdings.
The Fed keeps its benchmark interest rate unchanged and raises GDP and inflation expectations this year
On Thursday, June 17, Beijing time, the Federal Open Market Committee ((FOMC)) released the latest interest rate resolution, leaving the benchmark interest rate unchanged at 0%, which is in line with market expectations. The Fed said it would continue to increase its holdings of Treasury bonds and mortgage-backed securities by at least $80 billion a month until substantial progress is made in the committee's goals of full employment and price stability. The Fed bitmap shows that the Fed will raise interest rates twice by the end of 2023. The Fed expects 2021, 2022 and 2023,
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