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London — Oil prices fell on Monday as concern about surging coronavirus cases globally dampened the prospects for demand recovery while China’s third-quarter economic growth was weaker than expected.

Brent crude for December slipped 16 US cents, or 0.4%, to $42.77 a barrel by 8.56am GMT. US West Texas Intermediate crude for November was down 11c, or 0.3%, at $40.77. The contract will expire on Tuesday...

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