Oil prices rose as much as 2% on hopes of China’s reopening and as OPEC+ maintains output cut targets. China signaled a broader relaxation of Covid curbs, OPEC+ announced its decision not to change oil production targets*, and the Group of Seven’s price cap of $60 for Russian seaborne oil and a ban on Russian crude kicked in on Monday.
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