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Oil traded above $41 a barrel after terrorist attacks in Brussels, amid forecasts that U.S. crude supplies climbed from an 86-year high.U.S. crude stockpiles are forecast to have risen last week, keeping supplies at the most since 1930 .U.S. crude supplies probably climbed 2.53 million barrels last week, according to the median of responses in a Bloomberg survey of analysts before the release of Energy Information Administration data Wednesday.Gasoline inventories probably dropped 2.2 million barrels last week, the survey showed.
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