SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices fell on Monday, extending a steep decline in the previous session, as the market eyed an increase in output from the world's three top crude producers, Russia, the United States and Saudi Arabia.


111


Reuters

Latest News

Times of Israel: Minister: Police may have bungled investigation of 7-year-old’s rape

ABC: Authorities ID Alabama man carjacked, run over by officer

ABC: Scudamore takes place on newly formed Ryder Cup committee

WashingtonPost: They left Europe to fight with ISIS. Their home countries don’t want them back.

WashingtonPost: Your early summer book recommendations for 2019

NewYorkTimes: Cold Sesame Chicken to Satisfy a Constant Craving

CNN: Warren's momentum propels her up in our rankings

CNN: Slack is ruining my life and I love it

BBC: Birmingham Archdiocese 'ignored abuse to protect reputation'

BBC: Loot boxes aren't gambling, says EA

ABC: Italy: 3 killed in apparent gas explosion

WashingtonPost: Roy Moore might launch another Senate run, and there’s nothing Washington Republicans can do about it

WashingtonPost: Roy Moore might launch another Senate run, and there’s nothing Washington Republicans can do about it

WashingtonPost: Expert rules and tricks for decorating with mirrors

WashingtonPost: Zion Williamson’s jersey has become a hot seller. His high school jersey, that is.

NewYorkTimes: One of the First Outside Spending Pushes for 2020 Goes for Bill de Blasio

BBC: Ruaridh McConnochie & Alex Dombrandt in England's World Cup training squad

Haaretz: In Lebanon, Syrian refugees face new pressure to go home

Haaretz: Sacramento police officer killed during domestic call

Haaretz: Russia's Putin says U.S. move against Huawei aims to weaken China

Haaretz: UPDATE 2-Euro zone bonds rally as Fed sparks "race to the bottom" for global rates

Haaretz: American charged with spying in Russia appeals to Trump

Haaretz: UPDATE 4-Oil jumps 3% to $63 as Iran shoots down U.S. drone in Gulf

7 Related Articles, between 2018-02-18 and 2018-02-14