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Tokyo/London — Oil prices fell for a second day on Wednesday as rising coronavirus cases prompted concerns about further restrictions on global economic activity that could curb fuel demand.

Brent crude for November delivery dropped 63 US cents, or 1.56%, to $40.40 per barrel by 10.05am GMT. West Texas Intermediate fell 50c, or 1.3%, to $38.79...

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