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Contracts in Abu Dhabi, Shanghai offer new ways to hedge oil flows to Asia

Oil futures trading took a dive in 2020 as the pandemic shut down the global economy and the demand for oil collapsed. Now that economies in many parts of the world are returning to growth, supply and demand for oil is moving back to normal patterns. The oil futures markets, however, have changed.

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