SINGAPORE, May 28- Crude oil prices edged up on Thursday morning after a two-day slide, although high U.S. stocks and strong global production, along with a firm dollar, were keeping markets under pressure. *Front-month U.S. crude futures were up 25 cents from their last settlement at $57.76 per barrel by 0040 GMT on Thursday. *Brent futures climbed 40 cents to $62.46 a...» Read More
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