*OPEC, U.S. output rises to multi-year highs. LONDON, July 1- Oil fell below $63 a barrel on Wednesday after Greece defaulted on its debt to the International Monetary Fund while U.S. and OPEC production hit new highs, prompting concern about risks to the economic outlook and ample supply. "The oil market is being literally flooded with OPEC crude oil at present," said...» Read More
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