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Kensho Stats: Best trades for rebounding oil

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Oil prices are spiking on supply disruptions due to the wildfire in Canada's oil-sands region, so which stocks will rise the most if the energy commodity continues to rally?

WTI crude is up 20 percent this year and up 12 percent the past four weeks through Tuesday morning. To find the stocks most levered to the commodity, CNBC Pro used Kensho, a quantitative tool used by hedge funds.

We screened for the best and worst performing S&P 500 names when oil prices rose by at least 15 percent over a month during the last decade.

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