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Oil climbed to the highest level in two and a half years on expectations a U.S. government report will register the longest decline in crude stockpiles since the summer driving season.Oil stored in U.S. tanks and terminals probably dropped for a seventh straight week, a survey of analysts showed.Prices will probably trade between $40 and $60 a barrel this year, penned in by rising U.S. shale production, declining but still ample spare supplies and slipping discipline among OPEC members, according to Moody's Investors Service.
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