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[OTHERS] Oil markets stable, yet examiners expect high instability ahead

Oil markets were steady on Friday, upheld by progressing supply cuts drove by OPEC and Russia and also by solid request, in spite of the fact that the possibility of rising U.S. shale yield topped costs around late picks up.

Brent crude fates LCOc1 were at $63.84 per barrel at 0120 GMT, down 9 pennies from their last close, yet at the same time almost an over two-year high of $64.65 a barrel achieved not long ago.

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