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Oil prices edge up after 5% fall, but outlook weak

Oil prices edge up after 5% fall, but outlook weak

High global production and a weakening economic outlook, especially in Asia, prompted analysts to warn of further falls.

Gold struggles after worst month in two years

Bullion lost nearly 7% in July, fell for 6th straight week

Oil hit multi-month lows on record OPEC output

Iran says to raise output once sanctions lifted

Two Iranian oil companies removed from EU sanctions list

Commodities

Commodity   Value
(USD $)
Price
Change
GOLD 1,086.58 -1.19
SILVER 14.58 -0.04
PLATINUM 953.80 -2.00
PALLADIUM 599.35 2.40
ICE BRENT CRUDE 50.22 0.70

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