Oil prices lifted by lackluster bounce in OPEC+ crude output, inventory fall

Oil futures trade higher Wednesday, finding support on signs of a slower-than-expected rebound in crude output by the OPEC+ alliance and a steeper-than-expected fall in U.S. inventories.
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