(Bloomberg) – Oil stabilized as investors assessed the prospects for rising demand as China reopens, the US dollar weakened and risks to Russia’s energy supply increased with new restrictions looming.

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West Texas Intermediate held above $81 a barrel after two-week gains that propelled the US benchmark to its highest close since mid-November. While a weaker US currency supported Crude Oil prices on Monday, trading volumes in Asian hours were held…

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