Fuel prices are displayed at a Kazakh state-owned oil and gas company KazMunayGas gas station in Almaty, Kazakhstan, May 4, 2016. Brent crude oil prices rose on Monday, lifted by a plunge in the dollar that could spur demand just as attacks on Nigerian oil infrastructure tighten supplies, but signs of recovering U.S. output capped gains. Brent crude futures rose as high as $50.10 but retreated to be up 36 cents or 0.7 percent at $50.00 a barrel at 0620 GMT. U.S. crude futures were up 41 cents or 0.8 percent at $49.03 a barrel. Traders said oil prices rose on a sharp fall in the dollar on Friday after weak U.S. jobs data sparked concerns over the state of the world’s biggest economy, cutting expectations of a near-term cut in U.S. interest rates. A weaker dollar supports fuel demand in the rest of the world as it makes […]