Oil was virtually unchanged as a stronger dollar weighed broadly across commodities, while traders assessed rising fuel stockpiles in the U.S. Futures in New York lost two cents on Thursday, but still remain on track for a second straight weekly gain. U.S. government data showed domestic gasoline supplies rising by the most since early April, while distillate inventories climbed by nearly 4 million barrels. That’s offsetting back-to-back weekly declines in crude inventories. The pause follows a fierce run-up at the start of the week, which has seen both crude benchmarks set fresh multi-year highs. The dollar surged by the most in three weeks on Thursday, making commodities priced in the currency less attractive. A spate of strong U.S. economic data has ratcheted up wagers the Federal Reserve may need to move faster on tapering its […]