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Energy ETFs Surge on Russian Production Hurdles, China’s Easing Lockdowns

Energy-related exchange traded funds led the advance on Tuesday, with crude oil prices bouncing back above $100, as the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries said that it would not be able to replace the hole left by Russian exports and China began to ease COVID-19 restrictions. Among the...
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