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NEW YORK, Sept 27 (Reuters) – Oil prices rose over 2% on Tuesday from 9-month lows the day before, helped by supply constraints in the US Gulf of Mexico ahead of Hurricane Ian and a weakening US dollar at its strongest level in two decades.

Prices were also hit by analyst expectations of potential supply cuts from…

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