SINGAPORE, Nov 14 (Reuters) – Oil prices rose on Monday, extending gains from the previous session after China eased some of its strict COVID-19 protocols, spurring hopes of a recovery in economic activity and demand at the world’s largest crude oil importer stoked

Brent crude and US West Texas Intermediate contracts were up nearly 1% earlier in the session but later pared some gains. Brent crude futures were last up 31 cents, or 0.3%, at $96.30 a barrel by 04:30 GMT after gaining 1.1% on…



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