¬†Crude oil futures were steady to higher during mid-morning trade in Asia July 28 as a weaker US dollar boosted risk appetites and provide support for the global crude complex. N NYMEX September WTI settled up 31 cents at $41.60/b, and ICE September Brent was up 7 cents on the day at $43.41/b. At 11:05 am Singapore time (0305 GMT), ICE Brent September crude futures was up 19 cents/b (0.44%) from the July 27 settle to $43.60/b, while the NYMEX September light sweet crude contract was up by 6 cents/b (0.14%) at $41.66/b. The US Dollar Index was at 93.64, down 0.02% from the close of the US trading session. The weaker US dollar is trading below the 94.0 level, its lowest since May 2018, continuing to boost investor appetite for risk […]