Oil rises but U.S.-China trade tensions remain a concern


By Amanda CooperLONDON (Reuters) - Oil rose on Monday, recovering some of Friday's decline on the potential impact on global growth from a trade dispute between China and the United States as well as rising U.S. output.Markets were also eyeing the situation in Syria after reports - denied by the Pentagon - that U.S. forces had struck a major air base there.

Brent crude futures were up 83 cents at $67.94 a barrel by 1204 GMT, above a session low of $67. The price approached its lowest in three weeks last week.U.S. WTI crude futures were up 57.

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