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[OTHERS] Crude Oil Gains In Asia On Output Curb Views

Crude oil costs picked up in Asia on Monday, conveying picks up from a week ago as financial specialists progressively expect an OPEC-drove push to check oil yield to be reached out to the finish of 2018.

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude fates rose 0.15% to $53.98 a barrel, while Brent crude fates, the benchmark at oil costs outside the U.S., added 0.07% to $60.17 a barrel.

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