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London — Oil prices edged up slightly on Monday after rising expectations of a US-China trade deal boosted benchmarks in the previous session.

Brent crude futures for January rose 15 US cents to $61.84 a barrel by 9.48am GMT, erasing earlier losses. December US crude futures also swung back into positive territory, rising 11c to $56.31 a barrel...

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