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Oil touched a one-week high as traders weighed conflicting supply signals from Saudi Arabia, Russia and Venezuela.The U.S. has appealed to OPEC to raise output amid a run-up in domestic gasoline prices, even as American crude output surges.Total volume traded was about 14 percent below the 100-day average.With some members of OPEC resisting the Saudi-Russia proposal to ease output caps that have been in place since the start of 2017, attention is also on a Moscow meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Mohammad bin Salman, the powerful Saudi crown prince, at a World Cup football match on June 14 .
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