Oil prices were steady on Friday, giving up earlier gains, and were on track for the first weekly increases this month, as rising tensions in the Middle East stoked fears of supply disruptions. Brent crude futures were at $72.61 a barrel at 0658 GMT, down 1 cent, from their last close, reversing earlier increases. Brent was up 2.9% for the week, on track for its first gain in three weeks. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were at $63.95 per barrel, up 8 cents. WTI was headed for a weekly gain of 2.1%, the first rise in four weeks. A Saudi-led military coalition in Yemen carried out several air strikes on the […]