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Oil prices climb as E.U. price cap, OPEC decision, and easing of China’s Covid restrictions provide support

Oil futures trade higher on Monday, adding to last week's gain, after a European Union ban on importing Russian seaborne crude and a price cap of $60 a barrel took effect Monday, while OPEC kept its production quotas unchanged at a Sunday meeting.
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