* China data may reinforce signs of stabilising growth
* WTI-Brent spread narrowest in a month
* Coming up: U.S. API weekly oil stocks; 2130 GMT
By Florence Tan
SINGAPORE, Dec 10 (Reuters) - Brent crude hovered above $109
a barrel on Tuesday ahead of data from China that may reaffirm
signs of stabilising growth and fuel demand in the world's
second largest oil consumer.
The oil benchmark fell 2 percent on Monday, its biggest
percentage drop in six weeks, following weak economic data from
Traders also sold Brent to unwind bets on its spread with
West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude as a new pipeline and
year-end crude stock drawdowns could reduce supply at WTI's
delivery point in Cushing, Oklahoma.
Brent crude for January edged up 14 cents to $109.53
a barrel by 0315 GMT. The contract slipped nearly 2 percent on