Oil prices edged up in volatile trading on Tuesday, rebounding from six days of losses, ahead of U.S. crude inventory data forecast to show a drawdown. U.S. crude futures settled up 33 cents to $49.56 a barrel, breaking a streak that saw the benchmark lose 7.4 percent.
Brent crude settled up 50 cents at $52.10 a barrel. Analysts forecast U.S. crude oil stocks to fall by 1.6 million barrels in the most recent week.
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