Crude ends up; weak GDP raises hopes for Fed easing
NEW YORK: US crude futures ended higher on Friday, up for the sixth session in a row, on hopes that weaker-than-expected growth data will spur the US Fed to initiate more monetary-easing. An initial estimate showed the first quarter US gross domestic …
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