Tokyo — Oil prices steadied on Thursday as data showed China’s crude imports rebounded, but market watchers expect gains to be capped by the glut in supplies as the coronavirus pandemic crushes global fuel demand.

Brent crude was up by US3c, or 0.1%, to $29.75 a barrel at 3.41am GMT, after dropping 4% on Wednesday...

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