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Crude oil increased for the first time in three days after Greece described its debt talks as “productive” and on speculation the Federal Reserve will provide more stimulus to bolster economic growth. A U.S. Energy Department report tomorrow will probably show supplies dropped to an eight-month low, according to a Bloomberg News survey. Oil for October delivery rose 1.67 percent, to $87.13 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.
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