SINGAPORE, Jan 27- U.S. crude futures steadied above $45 a barrel on Tuesday after a three-session fall that dragged prices to near their lowest level in almost six years, amid a firmer dollar and well supplied market. *U.S. crude for March delivery was up 10 cents at $45.25 a barrel by 0018 GMT, after hitting a session low of $44.35 on Monday. That was the lowest intraday...» Read More
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