Agence France-PresseFebruary 13, 2014 16:49
Oil prices closed little changed Thursday, with the US contract near a four-month high after the International Energy Agency raised its global demand estimate and warned of tight supplies.
The main US futures contract, West Texas Intermediate for delivery in March, dipped two cents to finish at $100.33 a barrel, holding steady near Wednesday's four-month high
In London trade, Brent North Sea crude for March, the international benchmark, settled at $108.73 a barrel, losing six cents from Wednesday. The contract expired Thursday.