Oil prices fell on Thursday, with a stronger dollar paring the previous day’s more than $3 gain, though losses were capped by indications that the OPEC+ producer group might cut output. Brent crude futures fell $1.18, or 1.3%, to $88.14 a barrel by 0823 GMT and U.S. crude futures dropped by $1.11, or 1.4%, to $81.04. Both benchmarks rebounded in the previous two sessions from nine-month lows earlier in the week, buoyed by a temporary dive in the dollar index and a larger than expected U.S. fuel inventory drawdown. However, the dollar index rose again on Thursday, dampening investor risk appetite and stoking fears recession fears. The Bank of England said it is committed to buying as many long-dated government bonds as needed between […]