Oil prices at 3-week low as rising output risks Opec-led output cuts

Oil prices fell to a three-week low on Wednesday with Brent set for its fifth monthly loss despite Opec-led output cuts to reduce a global glut to try shore up prices.

Output from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) rose in May, the first monthly increase this year, a Reuters survey found, as higher supply from two Opec states exempt from a production-cutting deal, Nigeria and Libya, offset improved compliance with the accord by others. Opec and other producers, including Russia, agreed last week to.....

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