Oil edges higher, gasoline jumps as storms force output cuts in U.S. Gulf Coast

The U.S. oil benchmark rose modestly Tuesday, while gasoline futures rallied as a pair of tropical storms forced the shutdown of more than 80% of offshore crude-oil production in the Gulf of Mexico and prompted refinery cuts.
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