(Bloomberg) -- Oil rebounded from several days of declines after a bullish US stockpile report eased concerns that an economic slowdown is blunting demand. West Texas Intermediate futures rose 1.8% to settle above $88 a barrel after earlier falling to a seven-month low. Crude rallied after a US government tally Wednesday showed inventories dropped by 7.06 million last week while exports rose to a record. The bullish report halted a three-day slide magnified by negotiations to revive a nuclear de
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