Oil futures were little changed on Friday, on track for losses on the week in renewed concerns about slowing global demand. Concerns over the ongoing trade dispute between the United States and China dampened sentiment in financial markets as well, hurting assets like oil. Brent crude futures gained 27 cents to $61.90 a barrel by 12:56 p.m. EST (1756 GMT). On the week, they were set for a loss of around 1.5 percent. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures fell 5 cents to $52.59 a barrel and approached a weekly slump of nearly 5 percent, the steepest this year. U.S. President Donald Trump said at an event at the White House on Thursday he did not plan to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping […]