New York — Oil prices fell on Friday, pulling back from two-month highs as concern over US-China trade talks overshadowed expectations of an extension to Opec+ production cuts.

Brent crude futures eased 52 US cents to $63.44 a barrel by 4.49am GMT), after hitting a high of $64.27, while West Texas Intermediate crude (WTI) fell 69c to $57.89, dropping from its session high of $58.74...

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