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[OTHERS] Oil markets stick to almost 3-year highs

Oil costs held almost three-year highs on Thursday, upheld by an unexpected drop in U.S. creation and lower crude inventories, despite the fact that examiners progressively cautioned of signs that fuel markets have overheated.

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude prospects CLc1 were at $63.53 a barrel at 0144 GMT, 4 pennies beneath their last settlement yet at the same time near a December 2014 high of $63.67 per barrel achieved the earlier day.

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