WTI crude futures rose above $74 per barrel on Monday, rebounding further from three-week lows, underpinned by hopes of further demand recovery in China and the prospect of a less aggressive monetary tightening from the Federal Reserve. Guo Shuqing, party secretary of the Peopleâ€™s Bank of China, said on Sunday that Chinaâ€™s economic growth will quickly rebound and return to its â€œnormalâ€ path as the government provides more financial support to households and private companies to help them recover from the Covid-induced slump.
In the US, a slowdown in wage growth and a surprise contraction in services activity tempered expectations that the Fed will continue to hike rates aggressively, adding to the bullish case for oil.
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