SINGAPORE, Aug 31- Oil prices fell in Asia on Monday as traders took profits, snapping gains last week that saw the biggest two-day rally in six years. "There is definitely a lot of profit taking going on," said Daniel Ang, an analyst at Singapore's Phillip Futures. Brent fell 98 cents to $49.07 per barrel as 0329 GMT after rising $2.49, or 5 percent, in the previous session.» Read More
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