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Brent inches below $108 ahead of U.S. jobs data

(Reuters) - Brent crude slipped below $108 a barrel on Friday as investors look ahead to key jobs data from the United States for more signs of economic recovery, which would boost fuel demand.

Data from the United States and China this week pointed to some stabilization in the global recovery trend, but investors remained skeptical about a sustained improvement in the fragile economy.

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