ANS is in solid $60s
Traders bullish as US and China data offset worries about flagging India demand
Over the five trading days ending April 28, Alaska North Slope crude solidly reclaimed a trading range in the upper $60s.
ANS gained 79 cents April 28 to close at $66.99 per barrel, while West Texas intermediate rose 92 cents to a close of $63.86 and Brent closed at $67.27 for a gain of 85 cents.
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