Crude oil futures retook the $100-a-barrel level Tuesday, one session after the near-term contract tumbled on worries about the health of the global economy following the failure of the U.S. government's bailout package.

West Texas intermediate crude for November delivery rose $4.55 to $100.92 a barrel in New York. Brent crude gained $4.48 to $98.46.

Elsewhere in the energy complex, reformulated gasoline advanced 11 cents to $2.50 a gallon, and heating oil was better by 11 cents at $2.87 a gallon.

Among stocks, Exxon Mobil ( XOM - Get Report), Chevron ( CVX - Get Report) and ConocoPhillips ( COP - Get Report) were up more than 4%. Valero ( VLO - Get Report) rose 1.6%, but Tesoro ( TSO) eased 0.9%.

The U.S. Oil ( USO - Get Report), an ETF that tracks crude prices, climbed 6%.

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