Oil moved below $96 a barrel, retreating from its biggest gain in more than a month as traders weighed potential supply disruptions, including the possibility of an OPEC+ output cut. West Texas Intermediate pared a little less than half of Monday’s price jump — the biggest one-day rise in six weeks — as Iraq’s state oil marketing company said exports would continue uninterrupted despite recent violence. Striking a more bullish note, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. urged investors in a note Monday to “Buy commodities now, worry about the recession later.” Iraq, the second-biggest OPEC producer, has the capacity to boost oil exports to all destinations and won’t refuse any requests for more oil, Alaa Al-Yassiri, the director general of state-run oil marketing company SOMO, said in an interview. Violence has been reported in the center of Baghdad, far from the main production-and-export hub of Basra in the south and […]