Oil prices fell nearly 2 percent on Friday as investors worried about a global economic slowdown, snapping a nine-day winning streak spurred by U.S.-China trade hopes, but clung to some gains from that rally to end the week higher. ┬áBrent crude futures LCOc1 dropped $1.2 to settle at $60.48 a barrel, a 1.95 percent loss. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures CLc1 were down $1 to settle at $51.59 a barrel, or 1.9 percent. Still, both benchmarks saw their second week of gains, with Brent rising about 6 percent and WTI up about 7.6 percent. The global crude benchmark on Thursday posted its first consecutive nine-day rally since September 2007. WTI, which also hit its ninth straight day of gains, beat […]