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With investors evaluating the impact of looming U.S. sanctions on supply, oil prices climbed up further ahead. International benchmark Brent crude futures rose by 0.22%, to $81.56 per barrel. US futures edged up 0.29%, at $72.33 per barrel. The Brent November futures contract will expire today, thereby the front-month contract will become the December contract. Brent earlier on Tuesday touched four-year high of $82.55.