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Sep WTI crude oil this morning is up +33 cents (+0.34%) and Sep gasoline is up +0.0202 (+0.76%). Sep crude and gasoline prices on Monday closed lower with Sep gasoline at a 6-1/2 month low: CLU4 -0.94 (-0.97%), RBU4 -0.0190 (-0.70%). Bearish factors included (1) a stronger dollar, (2) an increase in Libyan oil output to 540,000 bpd from 415,000 bpd last week, according to Libya’s state-run National Oil Corp, and (3) reduced concern that Islamic Sate fighters will take over Iraq's oil facilities after U.S. airstrikes helped Kurdish forces retake land that was taken over by the fighters in northern Iraq.