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Brent crude oil prices on the London market gained more than 50¢ to settle at $71.72/bbl on Apr. 16 and continued rising Apr. 17 in early trading on concerns about tightening world oil supplies. Crude oil supplies have declined this year with US sanctions on Venezuela and Iran. Meanwhile, major producers, including Russia, also are holding back production.

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