SINGAPORE, July 7- Crude oil prices stabilized on Tuesday morning after posting one of their biggest selloffs this year the previous day over Greece's rejection of debt bailout terms and China's stock market woes. Front-month U.S. crude futures were trading at $52.91 per barrel at 0011 GMT, up 38 cents from their last settlement. "Crude oil prices hit a two month...» Read More
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