U.S. crude gained for a fifth straight session on Thursday as positive U.S. economic data hinted at a resurgence of demand for oil in the world's largest consumer.Traders said gains were limited by concern over whether the positive U.S. data would prompt the Federal Reserve to start curbing its monthly bond-buying program, which could reduce support for riskier assets such as commodities.U.S. gross domestic product grew at a revised 3.6 percent annual rate, up from a 2.8 percent pace reported earlier and above the 3.0 percent expected by economists polled by Reuters.Initial claims for state unemployment benefits fell by 23,000 to a seasonally adjusted 298,000, declining for a third straight week."We seem not to be able to build any upside momentum in U.S. crude despite some pretty impressive economic releases today, but that's probably down to the fact that good news on the economy equates to bad news on the quantitative easing front," said Addison Armstrong, senior director of market ...
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