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West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude was up 0.73 percent to $65.84 per barrel, while Brent crude, the London-based international benchmark rose 0.58 percent to $69.11 per barrel. “Crude oil prices kept firm trading range on-demand growth prospectus with re-opening of economic activities in Europe and UK. However, worries on record cases in India and weak data from the US and China have capped prices for the day. Crude oil prices are facing strong resistance near $68 with the balanced market”.