U.S. benchmark oil settled above the 200-day moving average for the first time since July 2014 as U.S. production continues to decline. West Texas Intermediate crude ended at $42.17, the highest level since November. Production dropped to 9.01 million barrels a day in the week ended April 1, the lowest since Nov. 2014, according to the EIA.
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