Crude Oil Extends Drop as Iran Spurns Production Freeze AccordBy
Iranian output rose by most in almost two decades in February
U.S. stockpiles forecast to climb 3.2 million barrels: survey
Oil dropped for a second day as Iran bolstered crude exports and Russia signaled the Persian Gulf nation won’t join major producers in freezing output to reduce a global glut.
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