U.S. crude at near $102 on Iran, fall in stocks


16/02/2012 04:44 AST  Guardian.co.uk

U.S. crude futures held near $102 a barrel, supported by concerns about possible supply disruptions and a small decline in U.S. inventory build, although European debt woes continued to cap the market's upward moves.

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