Oil Surged Most Since June in Wake of Shrinking U.S. Supplies
Oil storage tanks at the Marathon Petroleum oil refinery in Catlettsburg, Kentucky, U.S. (Photographer: Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg)

Oil Surged Most Since June in Wake of Shrinking U.S. Supplies

(Bloomberg) -- Oil jumped the most since early June as shrinking crude stockpiles and dovish signals from the Federal Reserve buttressed hopes for an economic recovery.
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