OIL RISES AHEAD OF OPEC MEETING AS FURTHER OUTPUT CUTS EXPECTED

Oil prices rose on Tuesday as traders looked to a meeting next week at which major crude exporters are expected to extend production cuts, though rising U.S. output capped gains.

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