Oil posted the biggest gain in almost six weeks as signs that the spread of Asia’s coronavirus may be slowing boosted investor confidence that crude’s sell-off has peaked.Saudi Arabia has been the strongest advocate for production cuts of an additional 600,000 barrels a day. Russia has remained non committal, saying more time was needed to study the proposal.Futures in New York climbed 2.5% on data from China that showed a drop in suspected coronavirus infections. Markets are pricing in that we may have hit peak coronavirus fear,” said Daniel Ghali, a commodities strategist at TD Securities.



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