Oil boosted by hopes supply cuts, reopening economies will drain crude glut

Oil futures edged higher Tuesday, finding support on hopes that falling production levels and a slow revival in demand as countries begin to loosen restrictions on movement, imposed to contain the COVID-19 pandemic, will begin to drain a global glut of crude that has slammed prices in 2020.
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