TOKYO:– Oil prices rose in Asia on Tuesday after a three-day sell-off that saw the US benchmark sink back below $30 a barrel, but analysts said the supply glut and world economic weakness would keep a lid on the commodity. The pick-up in the two contracts comes despite a rout across Asian equity markets fuelled by renewed worries about the global outlook. Traders had sent oil prices plunging Monday as talks between Saudi Arabia and Venezuela on bringing stability to the market came to nothing.–AFP