Brent Trades Near 12-Year Low as Iran Comeback to Swell GlutBy and
Iran's sanctions relief frees country to ramp up exports
OPEC sees deeper decline in rivals' supply as U.S. falters
Brent crude traded near a 12-year low in London, briefly dipping below $28 a barrel, as the lifting of international sanctions on Iran paves the way for increased supply amid a global glut.
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