By Eric Yep Crude-oil futures traded within a tight price range in Asian trading hours on Tuesday as rising U.S. oil supply weighed down Nymex crude and markets waited for more macroeconomic indicators. On the New York Mercantile Exchange light, sweet crude futures for delivery in December traded at $94.74 a barrel at 0647 GMT–up $0.12 in the Globex electronic session. December Brent crude on London’s ICE Futures exchange rose $0.20 to $106.43 a barrel. Brent is supported by uncertainty over Libyan supply and the premium of Brent crude over West Texas Intermediate remains around $12 a barrel. Libyan protesters continue to block the country’s main oil facilities cutting production to 250,000 barrels a day–down from 1.5 million barrels a day before the demonstrations, news reports citing Libya’s National Oil Corp. said. Estimated unplanned production losses from OPEC countries in October were around 2.3 million barrels a day–almost half […]