SINGAPORE, March 30- Brent crude oil prices fell below $56 a barrel on Monday, extending steep losses from the previous session, as Iran and six world powers tried to reach a deal that could add oil to the market if sanctions against Tehran are lifted. International benchmark Brent crude oil futures had dropped to $55.99 by 0224 GMT, down 42 cents since its last...» Read More
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