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By Ahmad Ghaddar
LONDON (Reuters) -Oil prices rose on Tuesday, after sharp losses the previous session, amid tighter U.S. supplies, ending days of losses as global markets remain haunted by the potential impact on China’s economy of a crisis at heavily indebted property group China Evergrande.
gained 70 cents, or 1%, to $74.62 a barrel by 1239 GMT, having fallen by almost 2% on Monday. The