Crude oil futures extended overnight losses during mid-morning Asian trade July 8 as the release of bullish American Petroleum Institute data failed to lift market sentiment, amid fears of a breakdown in OPEC+ cooperation, while a stronger US dollar providing further headwinds for prices. At 11:06 am Singapore time (0306 GMT), the ICE September Brent futures contract was down 20 cents/b (0.27%) from the previous close at $73.23/b, while the NYMEX August light sweet crude contract was down 31 cents/b (0.43%) at $71.94/b. The Brent and NYMEX light sweet crude markers had fallen 1.48% and 1.59% overnight to settle at $73.43/b and $72.20/b, respectively. Market analysts attributed the downslide to concerns that the OPEC+ agreement could break down after the producer group cancelled its July 5 meeting before agreeing on an increase in production quotas […]