SINGAPORE:– Oil prices extended losses in Asia Monday on expectations that a global s

upply glut will persist until late next year, while analysts said the climate deal agreed in Paris had made little impact on the commodity. With the OPEC cartel refusing to cut

production, the world economy struggling and Iranian oil expected to enter the market next year, the cost of the black gold has been battered to levels not seen since early 2009 during the global financial crisis.–AFP