SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Brazilian oil workers planned a 72-hour strike starting on Wednesday, despite a court order, in a new blow to President Michel Temer and an economy reeling from a truckers’ protest that has strangled Latin America’s largest economy for over a week. People wait in line to fill their canisters with fuel at a gas station in the outskirts of Brasilia, Brazil May 29, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino The planned oil strike was declared illegal by Brazil’s top labor court on Tuesday. The FUP, Brazil’s largest oil workers union, said it had not been informed of the ruling and planned to go ahead with the stoppage. State-led oil firm Petroleo Brasileiro SA ( PETR4.SA ) said any such disruption would not have an immediate major impact on its production or overall operations. But the planned strike raised the specter of stoppages and protests spreading to other sectors […]