U.S. crude-oil futures ended lower Monday on pressure from revived concerns about the eurozone economy and Dutch and French political uncertainty.
However, a North Sea production problem and worries about Iran and potential supply disruptions limited losses.
U.S. June crude fell 77 cents, or 0.74 percent, to settle at $103.11 a barrel, after trading as low as $101.82 during the session.
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