LONDON, Aug 28- Front-month Brent crude futures surged more than 10 percent higher yesterday, one of the largest daily percentage movements on record, as traders raced to cover short positions. U.S. crude futures rose almost as much, with the October contract ending the day up by more than 9 percent. Since mid-June, hedge funds have accumulated one of the biggest...» Read More
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