Oil prices eased on Tuesday after a week of gains as the prospect of increasing U.S. exports dampened bullish sentiment that has driven Brent to more than two-year highs above $60 per barrel. Iraq’s move to increase oil exports from its southern ports by 220,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 3.45 million bpd to make up for supply disruptions from its northern Kirkuk fields also weighed on prices, traders said. Benchmark Brent LCOc1 was down 30 cents at $60.60 a barrel by 0855 GMT, not far off July 2015-highs reached earlier this week, and up around 37 percent since their 2017 lows last June. Sponsored U.S. light crude CLc1 was 15 cents lower at $54, still near its highest since February and also not far […]