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Brent crude was weighed down over demand concerns on Monday. The slow growth of major economies is affecting the Brent prices. While on the other hand, US drilling activity slipped to its lowest in about two months which held the US oil markets steady. Brent dipped by 0.2% and was at $60.16 per barrel whereas, WTI crude futures were up by 0.3% and were traded at $51.33 per barrel.