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Stick with oil, it could be the "trade of the year," Citigroup Inc. indicates.Forecasters from UBS Group AG to Societe Generale SA are predicting a rebound in the second half and Citigroup says the market just needs to weather a surge of exports from Iran after the removal of sanctions.Oil has slid more than 17 percent this year in London, touching a 12-year low this week, amid turmoil in Chinese markets and concern that Iranian exports are going to exacerbate a global oversupply.Oil should hit a bottom within one to three months, according to Szpakowski.
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