London — Oil prices ticked up on Thursday but struggled to fully recover from the previous session’s losses when a build in US petrol inventories signalled a deteriorating outlook for fuel demand as coronavirus cases soar.

Brent crude futures were up 22 US cents at $41.95 a barrel at 8.03am GMT...

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