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Singapore — Oil prices edged up on Friday but traded in a tight range as demand concerns caused by new coronavirus variants and slow vaccine rollouts offset a cut in Saudi Arabian oil supply and falling US oil inventories.

Brent crude futures for March rose 23 cents, or 0.4%, to $55.76 a barrel by 10.07am GMT...

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