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Oil dip on rising doubts over OPEC deal

Oil prices continued to decline on Tuesday amid doubts over what the meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and Russia his week could really achieve.

January WTI lost 0.6% to $57.75 per barrel.

Brent crude for February delivery fell 0.4%, to $63.15 per barrel.

Oil prices in the U.S. on Monday fell for the first time in the last four sessions. The current ОПЕК+ deal should expire in March 2018.

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