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Oil futures soared nearly 9% yesterday - extending the most-powerful three-day price surge since 1990.
A downward revision in U.S. crude production data and an apparent willingness by OPEC to talk about production perpetuated a rally that's added more than $10 a barrel to the price of U.S. crude oil. The three-day gain exceeded the 20% mark that usually represents a "bull market" in a given asset.
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