Oil prices dipped on Monday as a strong dollar weighed on markets and Canadian oil sands production was expected to increase this week. Crude markets, however, did receive some support from the start of the U.S. summer driving season coinciding with a fall in U.S. crude output to its lowest since September 2014. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures CLc1 were trading at $49.22 per barrel at 0656 GMT (02:56 a.m. EDT), down 11 cents from their last settlement. International Brent futures were at $49.10 a barrel, down 22 cents. The dollar hit a one-month high against the yen on Monday and stood tall against other leading currencies .DXY after comments by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen […]