NEW YORK (AP) - Oil is up more than 3 percent on signs of economic growth in the U.S. and Asia.
Benchmark crude rose $2.84, or 3.3 percent, to $90.24 per barrel in New York. Prices haven't been above $90 per barrel in more than a month. Brent crude rose $1.08 to $110.64 in London.
HSBC said that China's manufacturing sector continues to expand. Japan said exports rose 2.4 percent last month as its economy recovers from the devastating earthquake and tsunami in March.