Oil rose to a new 10-month high in New York on expectations that a potential $2 trillion economic relief packaged could get Americans consuming more fuel. U.S. benchmark crude futures advanced 1.3% on Thursday. President-elect Joe Biden’s advisers recently told allies in Congress about the cost of the package, CNN reported. A weaker dollar also boosted the appeal of commodities priced in the greenback. A stimulus package will be “putting direct money into people’s pockets,” said Josh Graves, senior market strategist at RJ O’Brien & Associates LLC. “In general, it’s going to allow them to travel more and do more things,” helping support crude demand. Crude’s recent gains have stoked concern among some investors that the rally is ahead of itself. Technical indicators suggest oil is likely due for a pullback, with the global Brent benchmark on […]