Oil rose above $73 a barrel on Friday, lifted by slightly better GDP and jobs data out of the United States, although still rangebound over the week.
U.S. crude for October gained 68 cents to $73.17 a barrel by 1102 GMT (7:02 a.m. EDT). London Brent rose 57 cents to $73.08.
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