Multilateral trade concerns overshadowed a good U.S. jobs report for the commodities market, with crude oil prices tracking toward a loss on Friday. U.S. President Donald Trump hinted at a good report on U.S. payrolls before the official release of data from the federal government. About an hour before the report, Trump tweeted that he was “looking forward” to the jobs numbers. The Labor Department reported the unemployment rate in May dropped below 4 percent, with employers adding another 223,000 to their payrolls last month. That’s compared to the 12-month average of 191,000 additions. Earnings, meanwhile, rose 8 cents last month and are 2.7 percent higher than this time last year. That report, however, was not enough to stave off concerns about the global ramifications of Trump’s decision to slap tariffs on aluminum and steel imported from Canada, the European Union and Mexico. According to […]