LONDON : Global crude prices rose Friday after a key survey showed Chinese manufacturing hitting a 14-month high in December, indicating a rebound in the world's second-biggest economy.Brent North Sea crude for January gained 59 cents to $108.50 per barrel in midday deals in London.New York's main contract, light sweet crude for delivery in January, or West Texas Intermediate (WTI), won 81 cents to $86.70 a barrel.Crude prices were bolstered by preliminary figures from HSBC showing China's manufacturing expanding again in December.