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U.S. and European crude oil futures were the biggest gainers in two weeks.

U.S. and European crude futures rebounded from last week's losses, their biggest one-day gain in two weeks, as markets focused on the increasingly tense Middle East.Rising U.S. stocks also support the oil market.On Monday (April 9), the New York mercantile exchange west Texas light oil futures settled at $63.42 a barrel in May, 2018, than the previous trading day rose $1.36, or 2.2%, trading range $61.93 - $63.61;Brent crude, the London exchange, settled at $68.65 a barrel in June 2018, up $1.54, or 2.3 percent, from the previous session, trading at $67-68.8.

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