Oil futures were mixed in Asian trade, with some profit-taking in U.S. crude after overnight gains thanks to a drawdown in stockpiles at Cushing, a major onshore storage hub and the physical delivery point for New York Mercantile Exchange futures. Light, sweet crude futures for delivery in July traded at $103.42 a barrel at 0534 GMT on the Nymex, down $0.16 in the Globex electronic session. They settled up 86 cents, or 0.8%, at $103.58 a barrel overnight. U.S. crude futures are likely to see little downside risk, with prices staying well above $100/bbl in the near-term due to the low stocks at Cushing, which fell 1.5 million barrels from a week ago, said Okato Shoji Co. ‘s deputy manager of research, Kaname Gokon, in Tokyo. Supplies in Cushing have fallen 16 out of the last 17 weeks and are down more than 20 million barrels since late January, […]