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Crude Futures Edge Higher As USD Slips


Oil edged higher in Asia-Pac trade on Monday; WTI is up $0.35 from settlement levels at $66.67/bbl while Brent is up $0.28 at $69.00/bbl. Prices initially dipped lower but managed to reverse the early losses as the greenback lost some ground. Markets now look ahead to the OPEC+ meeting this week, with other focus on the talks between world powers and Iran in Vienna.

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