Crude regains some ground

Some relief: oil prices rose in early trade on Friday after dropping to 12-year lows in the previous session

Oil prices rose more than 2% on Friday, following China shares higher after Beijing deactivated a circuit breaker mechanism that was blamed for aggravating equity market crashes, although a persistent global crude surplus kept a lid on gains.

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