Oil prices slipped on Monday as further increases in U.S. drilling activity undercut an OPEC-led push to tighten supply.
Oil rose more than 3 percent on Monday after Saudi Arabia and Russia said supply cuts needed to last into 2018.
Oil prices gave up gains as the market weighed comments about prolonging output cuts against a one-year recovery in U.S. drilling.
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Oil hovered around three-month lows on Monday, as rising U.S. inventories and drilling activity offset OPEC's efforts to restrict output.
Oil prices rose after news that OPEC members' initial compliance with last year's landmark production cut deal reached a record high.
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Oil and gas mergers, acquisitions and IPOs surged in the second half as crude prices stabilized, PwC reports.
Shares of General Electric edged lower after the company reported mixed earnings results.
The pain in the U.S. energy sector — the biggest job cutter in both 2015 and 2016 — appears to be easing, according to recent data.
Oil fell below $55 as higher Libyan output threatened to counter some of the supply cuts planned by OPEC.
The oil market is waiting to see whether U.S. production from shale fields will grow enough to offset planned output cuts by OPEC.
Oil prices were stable as evidence increased that producers in the Middle East were informing customers of upcoming supply cuts.
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Oklahoma City-based Devon Energy, for one, leaped more than 13.5 percent in morning trade.