SINGAPORE, June 24 (Reuters) - U.S. crude futures steadied above $93 a barrel on Monday, after falling for the past three sessions and posting their worst week since April amid worries over Chinese demand and U.S. economic stimulus being pared back.
* U.S. crude for August delivery was little changed at $93.62 a barrel by 0103 GMT. The contract dropped 4.3 percent last week, its biggest such loss since the first week of April.
* Brent crude eased 31 cents to $100.60 a barrel, adding to last week’s drop when the contract fell by nearly 5 percent, also the most since early April.
* A firmer dollar is also weighing on oil prices, with the greenback getting a boost after the U.S. central bank laid out a timeline for reducing its monthly bond purchases.
* In China, concern is mounting from growing evidence of slower economic growth and after the Chinese central bank let short-term interest rates spike to extraordinary levels this past week as it refused to inject funds into money markets.
* Russia’s Rosneft agreed a $270 billion deal to double oil supplies to China, as the Kremlin energy champion shifts its focus to Asia from saturated and crisis-hit European markets.
* BP Plc was starting up the revamped crude distillation unit at the heart of a $4-billion overhaul of its 405,000-barrels-per-day Whiting, Indiana, refinery, said sources familiar with refinery operations.
* The dollar scaled a two-week peak against a basket of major currencies, while Asian shares steadied.
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1430 U.S. Dallas Fed Manufacturing Index (Reporting by Manolo Serapio Jr.; Editing by Himani Sarkar)