LONDON - Crude futures fell for a fourth session running Tuesday,

mirroring further falls for equities, while the International Energy Agency said a supply glut would cap any future price gains. Around 1200 GMT, Brent North Sea crude for delivery in August was down 78 cents at $49.57 a barrel compared with Monday's close. US benchmark West Texas

Intermediate for July delivery shed 72 cents to $48.16 a barrel.