SEOUL, Aug 28- Crude oil futures rose on Friday, adding to their biggest one-day rally in over six years the day before, led by recovering equity markets and news of diminished crude supplies. October Brent crude was up 69 cents at $48.25 per barrel as of 0615 GMT. U.S. crude was 65 cents higher at $43.21 per barrel, after ending up $3.96 at $42.56 per barrel.» Read More
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