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Oil prices jumped again Tuesday as a tumbling dollar sent most commodities rallying, bringing crude's four-day rise to about 19 percent, its biggest such advance since January 2009 .Despite signs that U.S. crude supplies had registered another heavy build last week, investors were more confident that oil prices had hit a bottom after a seven-month rout. U.S. crude, or WTI, finished up $3.48, or 7 percent, at $53.05, after a session high at $54.24 .A global glut of crude had prompted a sell-off that brought oil prices down about 60 percent from June to late January.
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