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Oil continued its revival from the biggest crash in a generation, with prices set for a second annual gain after a year marked by hurricanes, Middle East conflict and the tussle between OPEC and U.S. shale.The benchmark for more than half the world's oil has gained 17 percent, after climbing 52 percent in 2016 .Oil is trading at the highest level since mid-2015 after WTI broke above $60 a barrel for the first time in more than two years. U.S. crude stockpiles fell 4.6 million barrels last week to the lowest level since October 2015, according to the Energy Information Administration Thursday.
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