SINGAPORE: Oil prices rose in Asia Monday, extending last week's gains but the persistent global supply glut will likely cap advances, analysts said.
US benchmark West Texas Intermediate added 31 cents to $51.95 while Brent was up 24 cents at $58.11 in late-morning trade.
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