Close OPEC agreement prices soaring U.S. stocks closed higher Wednesday

Close: OPEC agreement prices soaring U.S. stocks closed higher Wednesday U.S. stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes warrants to view the latest market stocks Sina News 29 am Beijing time, U.S. stocks closed higher Wednesday. Reuters reported that OPEC has reached a freeze production agreement prompted the price of oil rose. Investors are also concerned about the speech of Yellen and other fed officials. Est at 16:00 on September 28th (Beijing time at 04:00 on September 29th), the Dow rose 110.94 points, at 18339.24 points, or 0.61%; P index rose 11.44 points, at 2171.37 points, or 0.53%; the NASDAQ rose 12.84 points, at 5318.55 points, or 0.24%. Crude oil futures prices closed sharply higher Wednesday, the United States WTI futures up 5.3%, Brent crude oil rose 5.9%. Reuters reported that the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has reached an agreement to limit production, the daily limit of 32 million 500 thousand barrels. According to another report, OPEC representative said OPEC has agreed to limit production in the range of 3250-3300 million barrels a day, OPEC will set up a committee decided to reduce the size of the country. Reuters quoted informed sources reported that OPEC could reach an agreement, but not before the OPEC organization in Vienna in November the introduction of specific details of the formal meeting. Two OPEC sources said, OPEC agreed to limit production to 32 million 500 thousand barrels a day, a OPEC source said that after reaching the goal, OPEC will seek support for non OPEC oil producing countries. Senior market analyst Craig Oanda – Ngaram (Craig Erlam) said: "the financial markets, today is a busy day, in addition to important economic data, as well as central bank officials and the informal meeting of OPEC speech." Fed officials speak by market attention. The Fed chairman Janet – Yellen (Janet Yellen) on Wednesday in the House Financial Services Committee (House Financial Services Committee) said the testimony, since the financial crisis, large U.S. banks financial conditions have been significantly enhanced". Yellen also proposed the central bank to allow large banks with greater buffer protection, so that small banks face more stringent requirements of the concept of measures. She said that since 2008, the global system of the 8 largest banks have a common equity capital has increased by nearly $800 billion. Yellen said: we must closely monitor the impact of regulatory changes we have made, and guard against the emergence of new threats to financial stability." Fed officials today, as well as Saint Louis Fed President Jim – (Jim Bullard), Chicago Fed President – (Charles), the Federal Reserve Bank of Evans 5相关的主题文章: