By Mohi Narayan

(Reuters) – Oil prices rose on Tuesday as the US dollar weakened against key rivals, but gains were limited by concerns over a slowing in global fuel demand growth amid softening economic data from key oil-importing economies such as China.

International benchmark Brent crude futures were up 27 cents at $93.53 a barrel by 0415 GMT after falling 0.3% in the previous session. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude oil futures for December delivery rose 36 cents to $84.94 a barrel after a…