Oil prices stabilized in early Asian trading

Little effect on oil prices in early trading in Asia on Monday , at a time when traders ignored the impact of the coup attempt that took place in Turkey on Friday , was little changed.
The impact of the rising dollar on prices although prices get support from upbeat US and China economic data boosted the outlook for world demand for oil.
Futures contracts prices of US crude fell 12 cents to $ 45.83 a barrel at 00:41 GMT after rising 27 cents at the end of the previous trading session prices to rise more than one percent during the week.
Engagements futures prices fell for Brent cents to $ 47.60 a barrel after rising 24 cents at the close of the previous trading session, rising nearly two percent during the week.