Futures Movers: U.S. oil prices top $60 a barrel on hints of an uptick in demand


Oil futures climb on Tuesday, with U.S. prices topping $60 a barrel after OPEC raised demand forecasts and Chinese international trade provided further evidence that an economic rebound was taking hold in one of the biggest importers of crude and global commodities.

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