LONDON, May 27- Crude futures rose about 1 percent on Wednesday to recover some ground after steep drops in the previous session, boosted by a weaker dollar and expectations that U.S. crude stocks fell for a fourth straight week. July Brent crude gained 64 cents to $64.36 a barrel by 0851 GMT, while U.S. crude was up 68 cents at $58.71 a barrel. "We are hostages a little bit...» Read More
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