LONDON:– Oil prices dipped Monday as the rally sparked by prospects of a cut to the global supply glut faded. Prices hit three-week highs earlier Monday, building on last week’s strong gains driven by dollar weakness and after Russia said it could meet the OPEC producers’ group for talks on possible output cuts. At about 1200 GMT, US benchmark West Texas Intermediate for delivery in March was down 38 cents at $33.24 a barrel compared with Friday’s close.–AFP