Crude rallied from its deepest sell off since 2012, helped by encouraging Chinese factory data and sliding U.S. oil inventories.» Read More
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U.S. crude oil hovered near $94 a barrel on support from strong U.S. economic data last week, while Brent edged up from a two-year low last week.
Brent crude eased in choppy trading on improving supply and concerns about tepid demand, while U.S. crude was boosted by supportive data.
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