US crude settles lower after IEA cuts demand outlook

NEW YORK, Oct 12 (Reuters) - U.S. crude futures for November delivery fell 21 cents on Friday to settle at $91.86 a barrel after the International Energy Agency forecast a further decline in oil consumption growth.

The front-month contract finished up for the week, gaining just over 2 percent since last Friday.

(Reporting by David Sheppard; Editing by Dale Hudson)

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