U.S. crude oil hit a five-month high on Thursday as the dollar slipped to its lowest since February and as more evidence emerged of a gradual balancing of the U.S. domestic market. The U.S. currency slipped to a two-month low against a basket of currencies as the euro and Japanese yen rallied, making oil less expensive for holders of other currencies. “The dollar has been the big factor,” said Bjarne Schieldrop, chief commodities analyst at SEB in Olso. “The dollar index broke below its 60-day moving average on Monday this week for the first time since July and it is only 1.1 percent away from breaking below its 120-day moving average at the moment,” he added. Brent crude oil was up 25 cents at $66.09 a barrel by 0830 GMT. U.S. crude oil, also known as West Texas Intermediate or WTI, hit a high of $59.40 […]