*Saudi, Venezuela meet ends with few signs of price boost. TOKYO, Feb 8- Crude oil futures rose on Monday in thin trade as many Asian markets were on holiday for Lunar New Year, with few trading cues expected until Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen gives testimony to lawmakers later in the week. U.S. crude futures were also up 30 cents at $31.19, after falling 83 cents to...» Read More
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