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Investors push the premium companies have to pay to borrow close to lowest since crisis

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Investors push the premium companies have to pay to borrow close to lowest since crisis

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Dollar finds support ahead of Fed rate call, oil gains on Saudi export pledge

The metal was also helped by weakness in the dollar

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