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London — Oil prices fell on Wednesday, reversing the previous session’s surge as worries about a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic outweighed support from a gradual reopening of global economies.

Brent crude, which on Tuesday rose to its highest level since a price plunge began in March, slipped 47 US cents, or 1.1%, to $42.16 a barrel by 8.14am GMT...

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