Oil prices rose early on Monday, poised for a 17 percent jump this month — the strongest January performance in at least 30 years — as global supply struggles to keep up with rebounding demand.
West Texas Intermediate crude was up 0.67% at $87.40, and Brent crude traded at $91.14, up 1.16%.
Edited by Jesus Chan
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