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Oil bulls bet waning US shale boom will curb global glut

Energy Information Administration data show US crude production fell to 8.94 million barrels a day in the week ended April 22, the least since October 2014. Output from US shale formations will drop in May to the lowest level in almost two years.

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HEDGE funds are rooting for a quick collapse of the US shale boom.

Money managers turned the most bullish since May last year as West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude climbed to a five-month high on optimism that falling US production and rising fuel demand will trim the...

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