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Crude rose after Saudi production cuts heightened concerns about tightening worldwide supplies.Futures in New York advanced as much as 1.6 percent Monday.The strengthening U.S. dollar threatened crude's rally.The U.S. benchmark crude hasn't recovered from a July retreat triggered by the U.S.-China trade spat that imperiled demand for energy in the world's biggest economies.Despite the Saudi production cut, investors are waiting for clearer indications of the global supply situation after Russia's largest oil producer said it has the capacity to continue lifting output.
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