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Brent Dips Below $57 
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Brent Dips Below $57 

Brent crude futures dipped below $57 a barrel on Tuesday as the dollar scaled multi-year highs and the oil market remained hobbled by oversupply and weak demand. Brent was down $1.53 at $57, while US crude was 72 cents lower at $49.28. The US dollar hit a near 12-year peak against the euro, CNBC reported.

 

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