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Oil prices slipped back in the third week of August as US refineries began recovering from a series of glitches. However, prices remain above $60 a barrel, with American gasoline supplies tight and OPEC publishing a bullish monthly report. Spot Brent was trading at $62.60 a barrel on 18 August, compared with $64.01 a barrel a week earlier.