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LONDON - Oil prices fell about $2 a barrel Tuesday to their lowest levels in 18 months in a market expecting more mild weather and rising inventories in the United States.
Temperatures in the U.S. Northeast have been above normal this winter, curbing demand for heating fuels in the world’s largest heating oil market.
Market watchers are also looking for a rise in U.S. petroleum inventories in this week’s government report.