U.S. crude settles 3 pct higher on Middle East tensions
NEW YORK, Oct 9 (Reuters) - U.S. crude futures jumped more than 3 percent on Tuesday, snapping a string of two lower settlements, on the threat of supply disruption in the Middle East as tensions escalate.
U.S. November crude rose $3.06, or 3.43 percent, to settle at $92.39 a barrel, having traded from $89.29 to $92.91.
(Reporting by Robert Gibbons; Editing by Bob Burgdorfer)
Keywords: ENERGY CRUDE/FUTURES